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Information skills: Manage your information ethically

Remember...if it is not yours you MUST reference it!

There is a huge range of resources and resource formats that you will use while studying here at Ara. All works (books, eBooks, websites, images, diagrams, journal articles..) must be properly referenced to meet academic and copyright requirements. What you read and understand must also be turned into your own words i.e. paraphrased to avoid plagiarism. The vital tools you need to help you do this correctly are right here:

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is basically presenting someone else's work as your own which is considered academic misconduct here at Ara. To further understand what plagiarism is watch this Ara video on YouTube.

Referencing Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Free tools for referencing