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Comprehensive tutorial on plagiarism and academic writing. Primarily intended for graduate students, but worthwhile for undergraduates as well as faculty.
- Last Updated Feb 27, 2014
A series of videos and reading materials related to plagiarism, mainly at the graduate level
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