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Future Scholars: Plagiarism

This guide is designed to support the Rutgers Future Scholars program.

Copyright: Everything on the Web Belongs to Someone

Copyright on the Web (Jennifer Kymin,
Part 1: Being on the Web Doesn't Make it Public Domain - Protect Your Rights

Explanation of what copyright is and how it applies to the Web.

Reading the Fine Print  (Library of Congress )

This is a print page from Taking the Mystery out of Copyright , a Library of Congress teaching site about copyright.  In order to view the whole site, you will need the Adobe Flash Player software on your computer.


Copyright in General (US Copyright Office)

Frequently asked questions from the Copyright Office.


Creative Commons

A nonprofit group that has designed a way of licensing and sharing works published on the Web.

Avoiding Plagiarism

Rutgers Camden Plagiarism Tutorial

Defines plagiarism from a college or university point of view and gives examples.

Subject Librarian

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Roberta Tipton
Roberta L. Tipton
Business Librarian
Public Administration Librarian
Interim Nursing Librarian
The John Cotton Dana Library

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