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Mini-Module: How to Avoid Plagiarism

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This mini-module has covered what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. If you have gone through the mini-module, (and if you want to avoid plagiarism!), you won't accidently fall into committing plagiarism by mistake.

If you want to find out more, here are some useful links.

 


Links

Turnitin's The Plagiarism Spectrum: Find out more about the levels of plagiarism and see examples of each one, [Opens in new window]

Common mistakes and the benefits of referencing from the University of Essex [pdf]

Useful table about using the work of others from the University of Leeds [pdf]

Clear advice and examples about citing and referencing from Glasgow Caledonian University  [Opens in new window]

Detailed explanation of plagiarism from the University of North Carolina [Opens in new window]