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You Quote It, You Note It

You Quote It, You Note It Doing your research ethically is a big deal. Learn these easy ways to avoid plagiarism and simplify your searching life. This ten-minute, interactive tutorial is a great introduction. While this tutorial is addressed to students at Acadia University, the lessons it
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You Quote It, You Note It


Doing your research ethically is a big deal. Learn these easy ways to avoid plagiarism and simplify your searching life. This ten-minute, interactive tutorial is a great introduction. While this tutorial is addressed to students at Acadia University, the lessons it teaches are easily accessible and appropriate for middle and high school students as well.

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