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Using Sources Responsibly & Avoiding Plagiarism: Home

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Plagiarism is using someone else's ideas or words without crediting them by citing your source and is a violation of the MCC Student Code of Conduct

Not sure how to use the sources you've found in your research? Concerned about plagiarism? 

This guide explains the ways to credit those sources and use them to support your writing. MCC Librarians can also help you -- just ask us!

Understanding and Avoiding Plagiarism

This video from University of Guelph in Canada explains four kinds of plagiarism. 

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