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Various Online Resources on Plagiarism
Purdue Online Writing Lab
Purdue offers a great "Research and Citation" resource on how to avoid plagiarism, with additional links in the left column for more information.
With a brief introduction to what plagiarism is, this resource focuses on the techniques and tools writers use so that they do not plagiarize. It also includes a brief self-assessment.
From Indiana University Bloomington, this website includes several examples of plagiarism, with additional ideas on how to avoid it.
Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism
This website offers a few insights on plagiarism, but it also includes another video specific to Duke University and the importance citing sources.
Council of Writing Program Administrators
- The WPA Council is a national association of writing professionals with interests in developing and directing writing programs. CWPA believes in writing and writers. They advocate and help members advocate for effective writing programs.