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This guide provides an overview of plagiarism.

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Understanding plagiarism

Citation Styles

Typically, each academic discipline or department has a preferred citation style but ask your instructor which method they want you to use.

Writing Practices to Avoid Plagiarism

Purdue OWL has great suggestions on both preparing your research for writing and writing methods to help you avoid plagiarism. Below you will find a list of topics to help you:

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