Q. How do I make sure that I don't plagiarize?

Answer

We recommend that you cite all the sources of information that has helped you in your work(academic writing). In-text citations and references for the various sources used will help you avoid accusations of plagiarism.

With the large number of information sources today, referencing them in a particular citation style can be challenging. You need to be familiar with recommended referencing style required by your school.

We also recommend that you collect, save and organise your sources of information such as journal articles, newspaper articles, book chapters, etc.,. Use, a reference management software such as  EndNote, Mendely or Zotero.

Refer to the lib guide on Reference Management Software.

 

  • Last Updated Mar 07, 2019
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