Students: Learn to avoid Plagiarism by enrolling in our online tutorial! Be wise, do not plagiarize!

With Finals Week around the corner , it may be tempting to take a few short cuts to complete assignments. Some students think that text on a “group-developed” web page like Wikipedia does not have to be cited because it is “common knowledge” (not true!).  Others genuinely do not understand how to paraphrase, quote, and cite properly.

Milne Library has a solution for you! Our online Plagiarism Tutorial is a self-enroll Canvas course that students may register for at any time.

In the Plagiarism Tutorial, you will learn to identify different types of plagiarism, plus how to correctly paraphrase, cite information, and more. You will complete three quizzes that will check your understanding of the material as you progress through it.

Once you meet all tutorial requirements, a completion form is unlocked that you will need to fill out to notify your professor of tutorial completion.

Students, please note:  Canvas works best in Google Chrome. You may need to access the Plagiarism Tutorial in Chrome if you experience difficulty accessing the completion form. 

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