Links for Students
There is a lot of online information about plagiarism. This
page aims to help you navigate your way through the huge number of available
net resources. Rather than simply list a vast number of URLs , we have
provided an annotated catalogue of sites that may be useful to you. Some
of these sites are general resources, while others are targeted as specific
skills or disciplines. This collection of resources will be updated as
new resources are found.
The e-Book 'Guidelines and Rules
on Student Plagiarism: Handbook for Students' is currently undergoing
Links to Helpful Sites
Nuts & Bolts of College Writing Centre
This American website offers a broad range of writing related resources for
students and staff. The site features guides to research and the internet,
effective quoting, plagiarism and referencing styles: MLA, APA, Chicago. What
separates this site from others are the many useful ‘worked-out’ examples
You Quote It, You Note It!
Vaughan Memorial Library, Acadia University. A simple animated interactive
tutorial that runs through the basics.
From Deakin University, this excellent self-test examines and explains elements
of plagiarism and collusion.