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Plagiarism, What's the Big Deal?: When to Cite

This LibGuide will define plagiarism, describe some of the consequences, and give a brief instruction to citation resources. This guide was created by Danielle Colbert-Lewis and Mary Ann Barnett.

Tools you can use

Tools such as Easybib.com make it easy to cite your resources:

EasyBib is an intuitive information literacy platform that provides citation, note taking, and research tools that are easy-to-use and educational. 

This information is from http://easybib.com/company

How to tell if you are plagiarizing

Citation Awareness

Some facts and figures about plagiarism