We represent and support tutorial writers who have decided to end tutorial and bandwidth theft. The tutorial writers decided to unite and pull resources together to inform people that it will no longer be tolerated. It is our aim to resolve many cases through good communication and teaching, as past history has proven.Our aims are to protect the written word from plagiarism, prevent the theft of tutorials and hot-linking (bandwidth theft), by education and information. If you have considered or are considering the theft of a tutorial(s) and/or using the bandwidth of someone else's web site, please think again because you will be forcing more and more tutorial writers to close their web sites and the whole graphic community will suffer by losing such wonderful people who give their time and money into providing a service to you all.
If you are a tutorial writer and would like to join us, please fill in the Application form by pressing the apply here link at top of page. Or apply HERE (Only Tutorial writers will be accepted)
Plagiarism is a form of cheating. Copying the ideas or writings of others and presenting them as your own ideas and writings amounts to stealing the credit for another person's work and dishonestly obtaining credit for yourselves.
People wanting to join TWI, whose blogs/web sites are primarily used for pay to use scrap kits , and have only have a token tutorial on them so they can join and hopefully sell more scrap kits, will be refused membership. The tutorials will have to be on a different site or blog for consideration for membership. Please do not apply if you are a member of United Tutorial Registration as we do not accept applications from tutorial writers that agree with the copying of others ideas, formats and information which is plagarism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plagiarism