Research Journal Post 3

When using internet search engines I typed in plagiarism initially, but I would only get definitions. I then had to type in plagiarism cases, or articles about plagiarism. That’s when I started to get information I needed. In the library databases, specifically EBSCO, I typed in plagiarism cases, it brought me to an article about Martin Stone. He was working at a university and had to resign after his commission found that his work is tainted with multiple plagiarisms. The search results are more relevant on the library databases. The search engines give you what you need as well as misleading articles.

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