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Learn good research and writing habits. There are tutorials and resources below and elsewhere in this guide for help.
The best way to preserve your integrity and avoid plagiarism is to acknowledge your sources and document them correctly. APA, CSE, and MLA are three commonly used styles. Consult your assignment or your instructor for help.
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LSUE Code of Student Conduct
Lack of appropriate citation, or the unacknowledged inclusion of someone else’s words, structure, ideas, or data; failure to identify a source, or the submission of essentially the same work for two assignments without the permission of the instructor(s). Plagiarism also includes:
1. Falsifying or fabricating any information or citation in any academic exercise, work, speech, thesis, dissertation, test, or examination;
2. Submission of essentially the same written assignment for two courses without the prior permission of the instructors.