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Purdue University Online Writing Labs

Academic writing in American institutions is filled with rules that writers often don’t know how to follow. A working knowledge of these rules, however, is critically important, as inadvertent mistakes can lead to charges of plagiarism or the unacknowledged use of somebody else’s words or ideas. This handout from the Purdue University OWL Project is designed to help writers develop strategies for knowing how to avoid accidental plagiarism: Avoiding Plagiarism

Indiana University: Plagiarism

Writing Tutorial Services, the writing center at Indiana University Bloomington, provides this helpful site on recognizing and avoiding plagiarism: Plagiarism: What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It

Arizona State University

This, the Arizona State University: Center for Learning and Teaching Excellence, Resources for Online Research site, offers links to information about evaluating websites and citing online research: ASU Resources for Online Research

Diana Hacker’s Site

This site, by Diana Hacker, based on her book Research and Documentation in the Electronic Age, offers an extensive annotated list of specialized sources for more than 25 disciplines. It also includes guidelines for documenting print and online sources. These guidelines provide the most current advice available for MLA, APA, Chicago, and CBE styles: Research and Documentation Online

The University of Texas System Digital Library

This interactive tutorial, made available through the Resources for Librarians and Educators at the University of Texas System Digital Library, helps students improve their Information Literacy skills:TILT Interactive Tutorial

Geisler Library, Pella, Iowa

This page on Copyright and Academic Integrity is made possibly by the Geisler Library, Central College, Pella, Iowa: Copyright and Academic Integrity

 

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