This guide provides support to faculty in identifying and addressing plagiarism and writing concerns. If you are a student in need of writing support, see the Writing Center Libguide (linked below). It has Writing Center, Online Writing Center, Virtual Writing Center, APA, and MLA information.
Plagiarism is using someone's words, work, ideas, pictures, art, paper, paragraph without giving them credit. Need help with information on making ethical writing choices or need to find a few videos to help? Check out the Ethical Writing Choices Libguide. This will open in a new window when you click on the link.
This great article from Plagiarism Today may help you and your students. This will open in a new window when you click the link to 5 Reasons People Plagiarize (And How to Stop Them).
Instructors are strongly encouraged to utilize the Library and Writing Center for help with Plagiarism.
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