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Research and Writing: GALILEO Citation Tools

What is plagiarism?

Plagiarism is considered "academic misconduct." It involves:

  • Submitting another’s published or unpublished work in whole, in part or in paraphrase, as one’s own without fully and properly crediting the author with footnotes, quotation marks, citations, or bibliographical reference.
  • Submitting as one’s own original work, material obtained from an individual or agency without reference to the person or agency as the source of the material.
  • Submitting as one’s own original work material that has been produced through unacknowledged collaboration with others without release in writing from collaborators.

Learn more:

CPTC Conduct Rules and Regulations

CPTC Ownership of Intellectual Property

 

GALILEO Citation Tools

Video entitled Bibliography Tools in GALILEO available to view above