Charges of plagiarism are brought to the attention of Academic Affairs which

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came by it. Charges of plagiarism are brought to the attention of Academic Affairs, which initiates an investigation that may lead to formal charges. The process for the investigation and adjudication of charges may be accessed at the Dean of Students’ Office. Plagiarism is a serious offense that can result in a variety of sanctions (failure of the course in which the plagiarism occurred and suspension from UCC among them). Appropriate Uses of Sources A mark of strong academic writing is demonstrated when one appropriately identifies sources in his/her arguments and analyses. This practice is called documentation . Guidelines for how to correctly cite materials used within your writing and assembling the list of works that you cite in your paper are available in style manuals. Information from these style manuals can be accessed in UCC’s Library & Information Centre Whenever you draw on another’s work, you must specify what you borrowed, whether facts, opinions, or quotations, and where you borrowed them from. Avoiding Plagiarism Contact your lecturer and honestly discuss a strategy for completing an assignment rather than risk humiliation and legal charges. Become thoroughly acquainted both with the various ways in which plagiarism is construed, and with sources of proper documentation.
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Page 15 of 15 MKT201 Principles of Marketing Revised for Fall 2017 (updated May 9, 2019) This version supersedes all other versions Reference: American Psychological Association (2009). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association, (6 th ed.). New York: American Psychological Association For further information, contact Academic Affairs or UCC’s Library and Information Centre (876) 906-3000. END OF DOCUMENT
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