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Professor L. Masucci-Written Communication: Getting Started

ENC 1101Guide for Lori Masucci

Plagiarism

"PLAGIARISM

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."

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Welcome to ENC1101 L. Masucci

 

Welcome to Professor L. Masucci's Research Guide for ENC1101

This guide will help you find reliable resources for your Written Communication Research paper.

Topics and Resources

 

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Your SCF librarians can help you narrow a topic, find your resources,and help you cite those resources.

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