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Guides to referencing your sources
Last Updated: Nov 18, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates
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What Referencing System should you use?

For information on the preferred referencing style for any subject, refer to that subject's LibGuide.



    What is Plagiarism?

    Plagiarism is the act of presenting someone else's work as your own, deliberately or by mistake. The material you use could be text, data, image, sound or performance. Your work includes essays and assignments (any, not just written ones),  projects, theses,dissertations and any work, such as a presentation, work of art or performance.

    Plagiarism includes:

    • copying the work of another student with or without permission
    • using an assignment bought from the Internet
    • cutting and pasting text or images into your own work without referencing the sources
    • quoting or putting the work of others into your own words without referencing the sources

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