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Plagiarism and How to Cite Sources

Avoiding Plagiarism
(Duke University Libraries)
Defines plagiarism and discusses it in the university context for both faculty and students. Includes a short video.
How to Recognize Plagiarism
(School of Education. Indiana University Bloomington)
A tutorial to promote the understanding and recognition of plagiarism. This tutorial is required for all students at the IU School of Education.
Sources and Citation at Dartmouth College
(Dartmouth College)
"This Web site, prepared for the instruction and use of Dartmouth undergraduate students, has two purposes. First, it provides a rationale for why, and offers principles for determining when and how, you should cite sources. As such, Sources can be a convenient handbook for you to consult while preparing scholarly work for your classes. Second, it presents a code of scholarly ethics, derived from Dartmouth's Academic Honor Principle, concerning plagiarism. " Includes examples of citations for many different kinds of resources from printed books & journals to CD-Roms and the Internet.
What is Plagiarism?
(Honor Council. Georgetown University)
This site from Georgetown University defines plagiarism with suggestions on how to avoid it.