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Tips to Avoid Plagiarism

by | Apr 23, 2015 | Higher Education

Every student is familiar with plagiarism, it’s a word loaded with consequences and negative connotations. However we often harbour very vague ideas about what it actually constitutes. There’s more to plagiarism than just copy pasting from another source or stealing another writers idea verbatim. Plagiarism can come down to poor referencing or even using ideas you yourself have already explored in other work! This infographic can help you come to terms with what plagiarism really is so that you can keep out of its way.


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