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Resources

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Citation and Plagiarism Resources

 

Writing Resources

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/ 

https://en.writecheck.com/resources/

http://www.sbcc.edu/clrc/writing_center/onlinewritinglibrary.php   <!!! Great Handouts

https://spark.library.yorku.ca/wp-content/themes/glendonits-spark-20151125/resources/Essay%20Formatting.pdf - another good handout

 

 

Tutorials

 

 

Top Sites for Understanding What Plagiarism Is

 

 

Teaching Students About Plagiarism

 

 

Common Sense Education: Rights, Remixes, and Respect (9-12)

https://www.commonsensemedia.org/educators/lesson/rights-remixes-and-respect

"What should you consider when you use other people's creative work?

Students reflect on the differences between taking inspiration from the creative work of others and appropriating that work without permission. Students review their knowledge of copyright and fair use, and examine a case study involving the appropriation of music by a popular band. Students then form groups in which they role-play different stakeholders in the music industry, and then debate the ethical and legal issues involved in using other people‚Äôs creative work in practices such as remixes and sampling."

 

 

Top Sites for How to Cite a Source 

  • A Research Guide provides an overview of the different types of citations and how to cite research correctly. 
  • The University of California, Berkeley Library has a guide on citation that provides all the information you need to cite your sources according to the conventions of popular styles, such as APA and MLA.
  • The Chicago Manual of Style offers the "Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide," with examples of how to cite different sources. Learn how to cite Web pages, blog entries, forum discussions or e-mail messages.

 

 

Top Sites for How to Detect Plagiarism

 

For information on detecting plagiarism ...  

 

  • Finding Dulcinea - How to Detect Plagiarism and other resources,
  • Plagiarism Checker is search-engine based service that helps users learn if text has been plagiarized from an existing Web site. 
  • Copyscape is a useful tool for publishers of web content and for instructors. This site helps you find copies of Web content . Enter your URL (or the URL of an online piece of student work) into Copyscape and it searches the Web for copies of the page. Remember, Copyscape can find duplicates of pages, it is up to you to determine which version is the original work and which version is copied.

 

 

 

 

 

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