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Academic Integrity - Princeton University
Covers when to cite sources, examples of plagiarism, misrepresenting original work, and how your working habits can help you avoid plagiarism.
Avoiding Plagiarism: mastering the art of scholarship
A handout from the Office of Student Judicial Affairs at the University of California at Davis explains what plagiarism is, why you should be concerned about it, how to cite sources (and thus avoid plagiarism), and gives examples of paraphrase vs. plagiarism.
Quoting and Paraphrasing Sources
From the Writing Center at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, help with these two ways to avoid plagiarism.
What is Plagiarism at Indiana University?
Ted Frick, a faculty member in Indiana University Bloomington's School of Education developed this online quiz to test a student's understanding of and recognition of plagiarism.
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