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Writing with Integrity
Transcript of Writing with Integrity
(created September 7, 2013)
Do: Use Direct Quotes
Do: Read, highlight, take notes, and ponder, then write in your own words
Do: Write a fresh paper for every new assignment.
Don’t: Copy and Paste.
Don’t: Write with your sources at your elbow (literally or digitally)
Do: Cite Key Ideas that are not yours
Don’t: Self-Plagiarize or “double-dip”
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"A wise man learns from his own mistakes. A wiser man learns from the mistakes of others!" - anonymous quote
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