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Plagiarism

Failure to acknowledge your sources could lead to accusations of plagiarism - a form of academic misconduct for which the penalties can be severe. So, check out the information and resources on this page - they have been developed to make sure you don't panic about plagiarism.

Can you recognise plagiarism?

Have a go at our short plagiarism quiz to see whether you know what plagiarism is.

Format: eLearning | Duration: 10 minutes

All about Plagiarism

This resource explores what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.

Format: eLearning | Duration: 20 minutes

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Quick Guide to Plagiarism

Referencing your work APA (Harvard) style

Starts: 15 Aug 2017 10:00 AM
Finishes: 15 Aug 2017 12:00 PM
Venue: Mary Seacole MS264
Remaining places: 30
An introduction to the Harvard referencing system

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Appointments are booked through Advantage by clicking on the date and time you would like.

Please note: your work must be your work so we will not edit or proofread your assignments, but we will help you to improve your writing and provide guidance on how to proofread your own work.

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