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23 2.Chapters in books 3.Journal articles 4.Conference papers 5.Newspaper articles 6.Magazines 7.Websites 8.Study guide Students are advised to cite in the following cases[1]: 1.When he/she quotes two or more words verbatim, or even one word if it is used in a way that is unique to the source 2.When he/she introduce facts that he/she have found in a source 3.When he/she paraphrase or summarize ideas, interpretations, or conclusions that he/she find in a source 4.When he/she introduce information that is not common knowledge or that may be considered common knowledge in your field, but the reader may not know it 5.When he/she borrow the plan or structure of a larger section of a source’s argument (for example, using a theory from a source and analyzing the same three case studies that the source uses) 6.When he/she build on another’s method found either in a source or from collaborative work in a lab 7.When he/she build on another’s program in writing computer code or on a not-commonly-known algorithm 8.When he/she collaborate with others in producing knowledge In general, a referencing system requires two parts: 1.In-text citations This is information about a source within the text of an assignment. 2.List of references This is a list of all sources a student has used to research his/her assignment. It is alphabetically arranged by author surname and appears immediately after the last page of an assignment. Different faculties or departments may have different requirement on how referencing for an assignment should be done. The various formats used for in-text citations and list of references are available in the following websites: 1.Harvard System (harvard.html) 2.Chicago Style () 3.American Psychological Association or APA Style () 4.Modern Language Association of America or MLA Style () Once a student has selected a referencing style for his/her assignment, he/she must follow the same style consistently throughout the assignment. We strongly suggest that the student consults the lecturer/tutor about which method to use before submission of his/her assignment. 1, accessed May 18, 2008.
24 What are the Procedures and Penalties for Plagiarism?When a lecturer/tutor encounters a possible case of plagiarism, the lecturer/tutor shall report the matter to the Head of the Department, who then initiates an investigation on the matter. The following procedures would be carried out: 1.The lecturer/tutor shall provide evidence that substantiates an academic offence has occurred. The following documentations must be ready prior to reporting of alleged plagiarism: a.Copy of the alleged plagiarized assignment b.Copy of the source material (e.g. articles, websites, newspaper, etc.) c.Report of plagiarism d.Any other information that would support the claim of plagiarism 2.

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