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Welcome to Plagiarism.org, your source of information on plagiarism and best practices for ensuring originality in written work.
Deakin Library Research team's insight:
This is a great website providing a range of interactive information and resources on avoiding plagiarism and collusion, inlcuding "Plagiarism 101", "Citing Sources", "ask an expert", etc. (We all know plagiarism is "bad" and must be avoided when writing theses. However, knowing exactly when and how to avoid plagiarism can get tricky sometimes :-)
Ever find yourself using the same verbs over and over again in your writing? Do you find yourself often searching the thesaurus for synonyms? Then check out this list of key verbs, created by Dr. Inger Mewburn, to use when you are describing or discussing other people's work
Did you know as an HDR student you can create a lifetime email address that won't expire when you graduate, which you might want to use when you publish your research? Want to know how to maximise your email quota, where to store your research data or how to access and install software? Click here to view this information and more tech tips for HDR students
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