Plagiarism Flow Chart

In my Lifehacker rss feed recently, I came across this page which links to Curtis Newbold's site, The Visual Communication Guy, where he recently compiled a plagiarism flow chart to help readers determine if they have in fact plagiarized in their work. This is a great resource to help students, writers, and researchers avoid all the different ways this problem can creep into a writing project. He shows all the subtle ways that plagiarism can occur, from outright stealing of ideas to what amounts to sloppiness or laziness. Highly recommended for anyone who needs to double check their methods and motives in their own research to make sure they are writing with integrity.