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What Is Plagiarism?

 

Intellectual Property

          

 

How Can You Avoid Plagiarism?

 

Paraphrasing

 

Citing Sources

 

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word version 2007 or newer will allow the user to create in-text citations while typing in the body of the paper.  It will also create a complete bibliography of all sources entered.  See the Librarian for more information.  

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