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  • The Library will be CLOSED for a Staff Retreat on Friday, August 6th, 2021.
  • Avoid Plagiarism: START HERE

    Bad idea. Don't plagiarize, ever.

    Let's talk about plagiarism. 

    Plagiarism is a form of cheating, theft or stealing, and deceit.  When you plagiarize, you are:

    • creating an opportunity for faculty and/or future employers to question your integrity and performance, which may lead to disciplinary actions.
    • deceiving faculty who are evaluating your work. 
    • depriving another author due credit for his or her work.
    • showing disrespect for your peers who put effort into doing their own work.
    • denying yourself the opportunity to learn and practice skills that will be needed in your future education and career. 
    • eliminating the opportunity to receive feedback on improving your skills and performance and preventing your growth as a student and lifelong learner.

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