Incremental plagiarism occurs when you insert "increments" of someone else's words in your own writing without giving them credit. Here's how to identify incremental plagiarism so you can avoid it in your writing.
Patchwork plagiarism and patchwork paraphrasing involve patching together words and ideas that aren't your own without proper attribution. Find out all about patchwork plagiarism and how to avoid it in your writing.
How can you keep your work honest, credible, and plagiarism-free? First, understand what plagiarism is, then you can learn how to avoid it.
Have you ever wondered how to paraphrase and what it really means to put something in your own words? Follow our five steps for paraphrasing success.
Worried about plagiarism? Wondering how much inspiration you can take from previously published work? Check out these three suggestions to make every idea your own.
Every writer knows plagiarism is bad. We must all express ourselves uniquely without stealing thoughts, words, and ideas from others. But sometimes it’s hard to be original and unintentional plagiarism creeps into our work. Especially when on a tight deadline, you may let another’s words slip into your content without proper attribution. ProWritingAid is here to help.
As a writer, the worst thing you can do (both ethically and in terms of content promotion) is copy someone else’s work. Sometimes, though, writers accidentally get a little too close. That’s when the plagiarism check at ProWritingAid comes in handy.