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  • Avoiding Plagiarism
    The Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) provides students and researchers extensive information about a variety of research-related topics including plagiarism. OWL also maintains an excellent website on APA citation conventions.
     
  • How to Avoid Plagiarism
    An online module from the University of Maryland University College quizzes user's knowledge of plagiarism and provides guidelines for avoiding any potential plagiarism pitfalls. This module uses APA citation style.
     
  • Student Tips to Avoid Plagiarism through Critical Thinking and Research Skills
    This site maintained by University of Maryland University College's Virtual Academic Integrity Laboratory (VAIL) walks students through the entire research process to help ensure that students do not unintentionally plagiarize.
     
  • What is Plagiarism?
    The Georgetown University Honor Council site addresses common questions and issues regarding the nature of plagiarism including, but not limited to: "They said it so much better. Shouldn't I use their words? - "My friends get stuff from the Internet" - "I don't have time to do it right." - and - "What if my roommate helped me?"