The following 3 itens have been placed on Reserve for your class this semester. To access them, stop by the Circulation desk in the lobby of the John Cotton Dana Libaray and fill out a Reserves Slip. You will need the call numbers below:
Plagiarism is the "stealing" or use of someone else's work without attribution - i.e., treating someone else's work as if it were your own. This is a very serious charge and can result in severe disciplinary action, including a fail grades and possibly even expulsion.
To avoid plagiarism, cite your sources! Citations not only give proper credit to others for their ideas, but they indicate to your reader what resources were referred to when writing your paper.
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For more information on plagiarism, please take a look at the items below:
Read about Rutgers University's policies on plagiarism here:
On the Rutgers-Newark campus, the Writing Center is located in Conklin 126. Tutors there are available to help students with revising drafts of their papers, including improving grammar and usage. Check the Web site for the most up-to-date hours of operation:
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