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APA Referencing: Plagiarising

What is plagiarism

For most assignments, we will need to read and then write about other writers' work on a topic and also come to our own conclusions. It is essential that we learn how to reference and quote correctly to avoid 'plagiarism'. It can be difficult to know what plagiarism is and what is not.

Plagiarism.org. (2014). "What is plagiarism" and how to identify the 10 plagiarism                types. [Webcast]. Retrieved from http://www.plagiarism.org/resources/webcasts/

More Information

For more examples on in-text references, reference list entries, paraphrasing and quoting, please view our extended APA referencing guide. Alternatively seek help from teachers within your relevant subjects, learning advisors or LRC staff.

Plariarism : In the LRC

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