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Plagiarism Resources

  • Academic Integrity in the Classroom
    Resources from the University of Michigan to help Students conduct responsible research, and Instructors learn how to prevent and detect plagiarism.
  • Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers
    Anti-plagiarism strategies for faculty members.
  • Avoiding Plagiarism
    A brief discussion of anti-plagiarism strategies for students. From Hamilton College.
  • Citing Sources
    Covers APA, MLA, Chicago, and Turabian styles. Provides explanations on in-text citations and assembling your bibliography. From Duke University libraries.
  • How to Recognize Plagiarism
    Provides a definition, overview, examples, examples, and even a test so you can check your understanding. From Indiana University, Bloomington.
  • Plagiarism Tutorial: How to Avoid Plagiarism
    Learn how to quote, paraphrase, and summarize correctly without plagiarizing. The tutorial can be viewed as HTML or a Flash format. From the University of Maryland University College.
  • Plagiarism Tutorial: The Fraud of Plagiarism
    Learn how to write your papers without plagiarizing. The primary format for this tutorial requires the Flash Player to view. If you don't have this, there is also an Adobe PDF version. From the University of South Florida.
  • Plagiarism Tutorial: What is Plagiarism?  
      
    This tutorial is especially helpful in clarifying how to correctly paraphrase material without plagiarizing. This link takes you to the non-flash, guest version of this tutorial. From San Jose State University Library.
  • Plagiarism.org
    Maintained by Turnitin, the commercial plagiarism detection software vendor, this site offers helpful information on plagiarism, including statistics.
  • Plagiarism: A Guide for ECSU Students and Faculty
    A very useful site created by Susan Herzog at Eastern Connecticut State University. Includes policy statements and additional resources for students and faculty.
 

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