I just turned in a 40 page lit review for a class and they ran it through SafeAssign in Blackboard to check for plagiarism. It is too late, but now I'm worrying about a couple of sentences I wrote. I haven't received a grade yet or heard from the instructor. Here is the scenario: I wrote a page in the lit review about a particular article. In a couple of cases, I may have written about 10 or 15 words in a row that may be the same as was written in the article, I can't totally remember if I did or not, I was getting a little brain dead after writing so much. If I did that, it's likely that I didn't put quotation marks around the phrase or cite the article. However, the entire page was talking about the article I may have quoted. I know it's not Kosher, but how bad is that? Will SafeAssign even catch that? Example of what I think I did. What does everyone think? ....In article ABC, researcher such and such talked about the likelihood of XYZ happening. <A sentence or two from the ABC article here>. He thought that XYZ showed ..... The sentence or two from the ABC article should have had quotations and a citation but it is doubtful that anyone could think I was intentionally plagiarizing from the article. At least I don't think so.