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Course expectations:1. Read all and view all required course materials in a thorough and timely way.2. Ensure that your responses consist primariy of your own original ideas.2. Keep track of and reference all information sources.3. Use quotes to enclose and cite 'in text' any other author's words.4. Cite 'in text' any other author's ideas that you paraphrase.For further information about our school's Academic Code of Conduct, please visit:

According to of the following are considered plagiarism: - turning in someone else's work as your own - copying words or ideas from someone else without giving credit - failing to put a quotation in quotation marks - giving incorrect information about the source of a quotation - changing words but copying the sentence structure of a source without giving credit - copying so many words or ideas from a source that it makes up the majority of your work, whether you give credit or not (see our section on "fair use" rules)


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CiteYourSources gives the following citation tips: - Check with your instructor to find out what format you need to use for your citations. - Take careful notes and record the source information as you go along. - If you use the exact words of an author, enclose them with quotation marks and cite the source. - If you borrow an idea but paraphrase, you do not use quotation marks but you still cite the source - Include a bibliography that lists all of the reference materials you used in your work.



ReferencesBainbridgeCollege. (2010, January 5). Plagiarism: how to avoid it . Retrieved from (2013, June 13). SFU: what is academic integrity? Retrieved from, K. (2010, March 15). Avoiding plagiarism: what do I need to cite? . Retrieved from do I cite sources? (n.d.). Retrieved from University Online Writing Lab (OWL). (1995-2013). APA style. Retrieved from Purdue Online Writing Lab: Unvierstiy Online Writing lab (OWL). (1995-2013). MLA style. Retrieved from Purdue Online Writing Lab:, M. J. (2013). Ethics for the information age (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.School District 57. (2013). CIDES academic code of conduct. Retrieved from Central Interior Distance Education School: is plagiarism? (n.d.). Retrieved from

How to avoid plagiarism according to Quinn (2013)1. "Always put quotation marks around text you have obtained from another source" (p. 492).2. When paraphrasing, "check your paraphrase against the source document. Make sure you have not distorted the original meaning" (p. 492).3. "Always cite the source of the ideas you are paraphrasing, even if there are no direct quotations" (p. 492).4. "Cite the sources of illustrations and figures that you reproduce" (p. 492).



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