This book is for academic writers, researchers and students of higher institutions regardless of their academic background, status and level. It deals with practical remarks on higher academic institutions’ experiences in connection with integrity in academic writing vis-à-vis avoiding plagiarism. Of course, in order to produce or reproduce a scholastic works, perhaps we need to refer to others’ works, analyze and evaluate those materials, synthesize and then come up with our own original pieces of works. Obviously, this is how scientific knowledge grows and hence human knowledge is accumulated and disseminated – this is how we are expected to contribute towards the advancement of human knowledge. This is to mean that we have to make sure that we duly acknowledge all others’ contributions that we might refer to; otherwise our works might be endangered and we are apt to be accused of plagiarism – the severe academic theft which is currently prevalent at all academic levels.