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Avoiding Plagiarism

Academic Integrity/ Plagiarism Library Guide
A resource guide for learning and teaching academic integrity principles. Also includes plagiarism awareness resources.

Avoiding Plagiarism 
-The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)

Interactive Video on Plagiarism 
-Acadia University

Online Writing Manuals

In addition to keeping oneself out of trouble with copyright compliance rules and university conduct policies, citing your sources allows others to reproduce and build on your research, creating new scholarship.

ASU Library: Citation Style (APA | Chicago | MLA Turabian
An overview of several of the most frequently used citation styles as well as access to additional styles used within the scientific disciplines. 

The OWL at Purdue University (APA MLA | Chicago
The oldest and one of the most comprehensive online writing labs.

The Basic of APA Style 
Tutorial created by American Psychological Association. 

Citing Information (University of North Carolina) (APA | MLA | Chicago | CSE/CBE) 
A guide from University Libraries-University of North Carolina.

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Writing Centers

Writing Centers on all campuses 
(in-person and online writing tutoring)

Downtown Phoenix Campus
University Center (UCENT), 1st floor
tel. (602) 496-4278

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