is the use of ideas, facts, opinions, illustrative material, data, direct or indirect wording of another scholar and/or writer-professional or student-without proper credit.
Expulsion, suspension, or any lesser penalty may be imposed for plagiarism."
Welcome to the Written Communication Research Guide!
This guide will help you find the resources you need to succeed with your Written Communications Research Assignments.
In addition to help on finding scholarly material and citation help, you will be able to link to research guides made for specific instructors and assignments. Click on the Find Your Assignments tab.
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