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This website covers a wide range of plagiarism issues and includes an FAQ page, a glossary, and free handouts, as well as articles on preventing plagiarism, paraphrasing properly, and how to cite sources.
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Lipson, C. (2004). Doing honest work in college: How to prepare citations, avoid plagiarism, and achieve real academic success. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
plagiarism.org - Types of Plagiarism
Describes 11 different types of plagiarism, including subtle ones where the source is cited but still plagiarized.
What is Plagiarism?
Definition of plagiarism and a glossary of terms often used when discussing plagiarism. From Simon Fraser University Library, British Columbia, Canada.
Recognizing and Avoiding Plagiarism:
Avoiding Plagiarism - Duke University Libraries
This website by the Duke University Libraries describes the warning signs of plagiarism, explains what to cite and how to cite, and provides examples of quotations, paraphrasing, and summarizing.
Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices
The Council of Writing Program Administrators describes the causes of plagiarism and suggests how instructors can set policies, design assignments, and work with students to prevent it.
How to Recognize Plagiarism
A tutorial produced by the School of Education at Indiana University. Includes samples of various types of plagiarism, along with an explanation and a corrected version for each. Use the test section to check your understanding.
Purdue OWL: Avoiding Plagiarism
This tutorial is one component of the Online Writing Lab provided by Purdue University. Provides a page of exercises and addresses best practices for instructors.
The Writer's Handbook: Avoiding Plagiarism
This resource from The Writing Center at The University of Wisconsin - Madison has a special section with information on how students can avoid plagiarism.
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