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Internet plagiarism
A cartoon image with one character reading a report titled 'Report on plagiarism', with the caption: "You've copied all this off the internet...". A Cardiff University login is required to access this resource.

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Plagiarism of cartoons
A cartoon image with one character chasing another who looks to have just stolen the first character's thought bubble! The caption reads "Hey!! That's my idea". A Cardiff University login is required to access this resource.

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Is plagiarism serious?
Cartoon: "Someone told me it's not plagiarism if they're dead". A Cardiff University login is required to access this resource.

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Writer’s block plagiarism
A cartoon image depicting a doctor and patient. A cure for writer’s block has been found but a side effect is plagiarism. A Cardiff University login is required to access this resource.

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Quiz

Is it plagiarism? quiz
Test knowledge of plagiarism with this quiz.

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Activity

Avoiding plagiarism exercise
A brief exercise containing four questions testing your ability to recognise plagiarism.

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Video

How to avoid plagiarism: 5 top tips
This video provides advice for students on common errors in citing & referencing and some tips on how to avoid charges of plagiarism. The video can also be found on YouTube. A transcript is provided.

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Plagiarism: why you should avoid it

Cardiff University lecturer, Dr Stephen Rutherford, talks about plagiarism and why you should avoid it.

A transcript is also available.

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Tutorial

Why, when and how: citing and referencing
This Xerte tutorial covers:
  • what citing and referencing mean, and why they are important
  • what plagiarism and collusion mean and what actions are viewed as plagiarism or collusion
  • how to use others' research in your own work
  • how to correctly cite and reference other's work using the style recommended by your School
You can find more information specifically relating to the Cardiff Harvard, MHRA and Vancouver referencing styles, including step-by-step tutorials here.

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