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Third-year student Sarah is working on a school project with a partner, Bronwyn. After deciding their topic and collecting some resources, the two decide who will be responsible for each section in the report. They create a shared Google document so they can see each other’s work. On reading Bronwyn’s sections, Sarah realizes that Bronwyn has copy-pasted several passages from an article, and altered the wording without citing the source. She asks Bronwyn if the section is ready for submission, and Bronwyn says yes.
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Bronwyn says that she understands Sarah’s concerns about plagiarism, but doesn’t think Sarah understands how busy she is: Bronwyn helps to take care of her little brother and works most weekends. Sarah offers to write the bibliography because Bronwyn has a work shift for the weekend, and the paper is due at midnight on Sunday. However, the bibliography is in APA format, which Sarah is not used to, and the online citations are really confusing. Sarah is starting to panic as the midnight deadline draws closer. What would you do if you were Sarah?Correct 1 / 1PointsIncorrect / 1 Points