Plagiarism is the presentation, without any form of acknowledgment, the ideas or words of another writer as if they were your own. This is more than just another form of cheating. It is literary theft. It is stealing someone else's work.
Each module provides descriptions of common problems in academic and professional writing and strategies for addressing them. You will see samples of good writing and also do some practice activities in error correction.
What do you know about plagiarism at University? Test your knowledge by doing the plagiarism quiz.
Plagiarism Workshop S2 2018
What is Plagiarism?
Professor S on Plagiarism
Snowdon Library's Plagiarism Game
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ALLSP can help with learning the skills you need to:
•understand your assignments
•know what standard of work is required
•know how to get the grades you want
•express yourself better in writing
•produce academic work