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Once you find important information by good research,
you must use it in a way that is acceptable in the academic world.
There are three topics that you need to study: Plagiarism, Citations, and Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing.
Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Avoid It Suggestions from Indiana University including examples of what to do and what not to do.
St. Martin's Tutorial on Avoiding Plagiarism detailed suggestions and description of techniques
Plagiarism Examples of various kinds of plagiarism from the Princeton University Writing Center [PDF]
How Not to Plagiarize A FAQ from the University of Toronto on how to integrate others work without plagiarizing it.
Strategies to promote academic integrity Suggestions for what teachers can do to prevent various forms of cheating from University of California, Santa Barbara.
Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Use in Assigning Research Papers A 6-point guideline for teachers from Robert Harris of Southern California University. Suggestions for teachers from University of Southern California. Useful for students too!
Avoiding Plagiarism...interactive tutorials
Plagiarism and the Web From Western Illinois University, information on an archive of pre-written papers that some students have used
Myths about Copyright an essay by electronic publisher Brad
Templeton (Clarinet, Newsedge Corporation) explaining 11 commonly held
"beliefs" about copyright and fair use; there's also a discussion about
the "rights" of linking
to web pages.
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