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FeedForward comments: Plagiarism

This guide is for use by lecturing staff, providing you with feedback comments and information sheets for your students



If you repeat anything directly from a research source, you must surround it with “inverted commas” and include a reference. Using someone else’s wording as your own is called plagiarism. Click here for more information.


Whether you use a paraphrase or a quote, any definition, idea, argument or information taken from another source must be referenced. Not acknowledging the source of something is called plagiarism. Click here for more information. 


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