"Plagiarism... is the uncredited use (both intentional and unintentional) of somebody else's words or ideas."
Stolley, Karl, Allen Brizee, and Joshua M. Paiz. "Overview and Contradictions." Purdue OWL. 2013.
Keep in mind these are items that need to be cited:
Stolley, Karl, Allen Brizee, and Joshua M. Paiz."Is It Plagiarism Yet?" Purdue OWL, 2013.
“VIOLATIONS OF ACADEMIC INTEGRITY
Academic dishonesty includes but is not necessarily limited to the following…
The unacknowledged, undocumented presentation of words or ideas which are the intellectual property of another as one’s own.
1. Direct quotation, that is, even a few of the exact words of a source, must be indicated by the use of quotation marks or indentation of the text and be properly documented.
2. Passages which parallel the thought or expression of the source, even without using the same words, must be properly documented.”
“Academic Integrity Policy.” Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014. Caldwell University. Caldwell University, 2013.