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Avoid charges of plagiarizing by acknowledging your sources in your essays and including them in the lists of works cited. When quoting, make sure that all words and phrases from the source are in quotation marks. When paraphrasing, acknowledge the source of the idea but rewrite in your own language. For further information, see the Department of English Requirements for Essays at . If you are still unsure about the nature of plagiarism, please ask your instructor. Plagiarism, whether from the web, from other students, or from printed sources, is a serious academic offense. Acts of plagiarism will have varying consequences, depending on the nature of the offense. Less serious instances may be handled by instructors, but more serious offenses will be reported to the Dean, to be investigated by a College committee. Penalties can range from a “0” on an essay to a reduced mark for the course to expulsion from the University; see . Records of penalties assessed by the College are kept on file by the University Registrar; penalties become more severe for subsequent offences. For more information on academic integrity, see or . Support Services Student Learning Services Help with essay writing and other academic support is available through Student Learning Services located in the Murray Library at . College Supports Students in Arts and Science are encouraged to contact the Undergraduate Student Office and/or the Trish Monture Centre for Success with any questions on how to choose a major, understand program requirements, choose courses, develop strategies to improve grades, understand university policies and procedures, overcome personal barriers, initiate pre-career inquiries, and identify career planning resources. See 5
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