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Information Ethics & Plagiarism   Tags: plagiarism, reference  

This guide will help you understand plagiarism and other information ethics issues.
Last Updated: Mar 12, 2013 URL: http://libguides.weber.edu/plagiarism Print Guide RSS Updates

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Introduction

As a student, you are responsible for using the materials you collect and incorporate in your assignments and research papers in an ethical manner. This means that you must:

  • Respect the rights of authors by crediting the original sources for all information you use to write your paper or support your statements
  • Do your own research and writing

This guide illustrates plagiarism and other related information ethics issues.

  • plagiarism

    • additional resources on plagiarism
  • copyright & fair use
    • additional resources on copyright
  • privacy
    • additional resources on privacy

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