Plagiarism is using another person's work without crediting the source of the information. We usually think of malicious plagiarism -- copying and pasting from Wikipedia. But it can be unintentional, such as when quotation marks are left out by accident or citations aren't formatted in the proper manner. This guide will orient you so you know when, where, and how to cite your sources.
When in doubt, cite!
Through face-to-face and online sessions, the ARC helps students with all stages of writing: