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Archaeology: Citing Information and Avoiding Plagiarism

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Academic Integrity - what is it?

'The University upholds the principle of academic integrity, whereby appropriate acknowledgement is given to the contributions of others in any work...' (Academic Secretariat UCD Registry, 2005, p. 2 **).

Students achieve academic integrity through sound academic writing, avoiding plagiarism, and appropriate referencing and citation.  Essentials for your course are below.

Access our full Academic Integrity Guide at http://libguides.ucd.ie/academicintegrity

** Academic Secretariat UCD Registry (2005) Plagiarism Policy, Dublin: University College Dublin. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/registry/academicsecretariat/docs/plagiarism_po.pdf. (Accessed: 10 March 2015).

Worried about Plagiarism?

Worried about plagiarism? Visit our guide for help

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Try our plagiarism tutorial.

 

Which Style To Use for Your Referencing

The School of Archaeology uses the Harvard citation style.

 
For further help and links, try our general website citing tutorial.

EndNote

EndNote is a reference management program you can use to organise your research, create bibliographies, insert citations as you write, and import and search PDFs. 
 
Support and information about training is available at http://libguides.ucd.ie/endnote.

 

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