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Examples of how to reuse safely and, on the flip side, ensure your work is protected
Those of broad interest to AU community members
For Students A little lighter, a little more popular in content
For Faculty A little substantive, a little more scholarly in content
For Everyone A little broader, a little more varied in content
Cases that have arisen at AU
An issue that isn't really copyright but gets confused easily
Plagiarism Defined Important for its academic significance
Avoiding It Getting it right takes understanding and practice
What Plagiarism is Not Equally important for avoiding misunderstanding
Proper Attribution and the Internet An issue that's easy to get wrong
Plagiarism Checkers Tools for helping to get it right
Citation Generators A different type of tool for helping to get it right
Plagiarism vs. Copyright Infringement What's the difference?
The Copyright Desk
The Four Factors
MLA Style (Modern Language Association, 8th ed.)
Example “Public Domain.” The Copyright Desk. Arcadia University, 2020, https://www.arcadia.edu/landman-library/services/copyright/public-domain. Accessed 1 Sept. 2020.
Learn more Purdue Online Writing Lab [OWL]. MLA Works Cited: Electronic Sources (Web Publications). Purdue University.
APA Style (American Psychological Association, 7th ed.)
Example The Copyright Desk. (2020). Public Domain. Arcadia University. Retrieved September 1, 2020, from https://www.arcadia.edu/landman-library/services/copyright/public-domain
Learn more Purdue Online Writing Lab [OWL]. Reference List: Electronic Sources [APA]. Purdue University.
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