Medieval Europe 2, 1000-1500: Cathedrals, Knights, and Crusades


Plagiarism and the Correct Citation of Sources



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Plagiarism and the Correct Citation of Sources
Plagiarism (using someone else’s work under your own name)
will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
Those guilty of plagiarism usually receive a failing grade in the course.
Remember: if you can find it on the Internet, so can I.

For an explanation of what constitutes plagiarism, see the following link: http://cstw.osu.edu/writingCenter/handouts/research_plagiarism.cfm
Still unsure about what constitutes plagiarism? These sites will help:
www.indiana.edu/~wts/wts/plagiarism.html
www.utoronto.ca/writing/plagsep.html
For information about how to cite and footnote your sources correctly, follow one of the following styles (the two most commonly used by historians):



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