You commit plagiarism
when you present someone else's ideas -published or
unpublished - as if they were your own. People's
ideas may be contained in
books, dissertations, theses, newspapers, magazines,
notes, course material, co-students' projects,
e-mail messages, data, computer
code, everything on the Internet, etc.
fine art, graphics, photographs, etc.
video productions, films, CDs, design projects, etc.
lyrics, CDs, music or sound bites on the Internet,
audio recordings, lectures, interviews, etc.