Empower your young adults to learn about plagiarism and its consequences with this simple guide for high school and college students. My daughter started learning about citation and referencing last week. She is only 11, but I am glad for this resource in addressing plagiarism when it comes to copying an author’s words. My husband went back to college last year; writing papers were the bane of his existence. He warned her about plagiarism and the importance of citing properly. I am glad she is getting to learn this valuable lesson way early.
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