Art History and Cultural Policy: Citing Information & Avoiding Plagiarism
Academic Integrity - what is it?
According to University College Dublin's Student Plagiarism Policy (2020, p. 1), "Academic Integrity is one of the core values of the UCD Education Strategy and includes adherence to the highest ethical and academic standards. Students, researchers and staff achieve academic integrity through sound academic writing, avoiding plagiarism, and use of appropriate referencing and citation".
This guide will help you develop the practical skills needed in order to maintain your own academic integrity in your writing and research while at UCD.
University College Dublin's Student Plagiarism Policy can be accessed here.
University College Dublin's Student Code of Conduct and Avoiding Plagiarism area can be found here.
University College Dublin's Education Strategy is available here.
Visit our Academic Integrity guide for more information.
Art History uses the Chicago citation style. For further guidance see "Written Work - Guidelines & Policy Documents" in your Art History modules in Brightspace.
Cultural Policy uses Chicago or the Harvard citation style.
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 https://libguides.ucd.ie/endnote.
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