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Plagiarism and Citing Sources (Health Affairs): Other Resources

Campus Resources

After completing this tutorial, you may still have questions about plagiarism and source citation. The following web resources may be consulted for further explanation.

HSL

Printable handout on plagiarism [PDF] A printable handout summarizing the information from this tutorial.

HSL Copyright Resources The Health Sciences Library offers these resources relating to plagiarism and academic integrity.

Ask a Librarian Any questions about plagiarism and related issues may also be addressed to HSL librarians. Fill out the form included in the link above and a librarian should get back with you promptly. You can also IM a librarian at the buddy name AskHSLChat.

Citing Sources and Writing ToolsThe Health Science Library has compiled a number of helpful resources for writing or citing your sources.

UNC

UNC Libraries Plagiarism Tutorial This tutorial created by the Undergraduate Library focuses on plagiarism.

UNC Office of Student Conduct This page offers more information on UNC Chapel Hill's honor code and how plagiarism is defined.

External Resources

Indiana University Writing Tutorial Services This handout gives tips on how to avoid plagiarism.  They also offer more examples of acceptable and unacceptable paraphrasing and quoting.

Purdue University O.W.L The Online Writing Lab at Purdue University offers tips for writing in all academic disciplines including writing in the Sciences. Also included is a special section on avoiding plagiarism in academic writing.

University of Texas at Arlington Acknowledging Sources This tutorial explains how to avoid plagiarism by properly acknowledging sources.

Xavier University Library This tutorial created by the Xavier University library includes information on plagiarism and academic dishonesty.

Credits and Feedback

This tutorial was created by the Education Services and User Services Staff at the UNC Health Sciences Library. Your comments and suggestions on this tutorial are welcome. Please send us your feedback at http://asklib.hsl.unc.edu/