Avoiding Plagiarism: Writing With Integrity

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Avoiding Plagiarism: Writing With Integrity

Have you ever written a paper for class and then worried that you had not synthesized your sources or cited your references correctly? This presentation will offer tips on writing with integrity, including best practices in organizing your sources, taking notes from sources, integrating source material into your text, and understanding how documentation functions within academic writing to further scholarly conversation.

The tutorial video referenced in this presentation about using Microsoft Excel to organize citations can be viewed here:


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    Thanks, but 5 minutes in and you still didn't teach me anything concrete yet.

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  7. Disini says:

    Thank you. I understand easily what your talking about and such a big help.

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  9. Connie Austin says:

    Thank you!

  10. moon light says:

    Ma'am please describe about drawing medical diagrams . suppose when we draw any medical diagrams while writing any medical book what should we keep in our mind ? Because we can't change the shape of any organ or organism .

  11. Andromeda says:

    how many different ways can you write about a topic??? if millions of people have written about the same topic it is only natural that what you wrote will be similar to what someone else wrote so it is unfair to claim that someone had plagiarized someone else's work that he or she has never even met its just a coincidence that they wrote in a similar way.

  12. N myers says:

    very helpful.i love it how she explains…very understandable.

  13. Hana Kazumi says:

    Very informative…Good work…

  14. Tshidi M Wyllie says:

    Great presentation; i found it very helpful.

  15. Marvin Marmolejo says:

    Very helpful.

  16. Irene Felix says:

    Thank you 🙂 !

  17. Debra Nelson says:

    I love this video, so much information to help me. Thank you so much for sharing.

  18. Clara Credit Kemp says:

    This video is a refreshing teaching; it is a great reminder, and upgrade of Plagiarism, which is something that I, we all need to avoid.

  19. Precious Lyson says:

    This video is helpful

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