With the advent of the Information Age comes a
plethora of reading and multi-media material. Students are asked
to locate and critically assess, gather, then synthesize this ocean
of material into a cohesive report that avoids plagiarism, cites
their resources and is uniquely theirs.
One of the greatest challenges students face, is determining where
to find the best resources for their search and deciding whether
the information is rich in content. Once they've located a good
resource, their next big challenge is deciding whether or not they
can legally use this information and if they can and do choose to
use it, how can they avoid plagiarism. This tutorial will cover
all of these questions.
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