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Academic Integrity & Plagiarism Research Guide
This guide Will help You understand the vocabulary used when talking about plagiriarism, the six main types of plagiarism and how to properly cite your sources.
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How To Succeed on Your Own Merits
This guide will help you understand how to do your own work and use other sources to assist you in making your point by providing strategies and sharing resources that will help you with your assignments at Mesa and beyond.
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Below is a 2 minute 51 second video from Bainbridge State College in Georgia that will help you with the first steps in understanding how to cite, quote and generally make sure the creator of a work is given credit in your work.