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Engineering 101: Managing Information

This guide was created to assist Engineering 101 in using the WVU Libraries resources.

WVU Libraries Plagiarism Quiz

You can watch this tutorial, which covers plagiarism basics and some finer points as well,  and then take the quiz as a guest. 

On Being a Scientist

Introduction

It is important to document where you get your information from.  You do this by creating references, or citations.  Follow formatting guidelines provided by your instructor.  Styles for creating references include APA, Chicago, MLA. 

WVU Libraries subscribes to some tools that can assist you in preparing your bibliography.

Citing your sources helps you to avoid plagiarism.  The Oxford English Dictionary defines plagiarism as "The action or practice of taking someone else's work, idea, etc., and passing it off as one's own; literary theft." WVU's Student Code of Conduct in Section 6.2.z (page 6 & 7) specifically warns against plagiarism.

MLA Basic Guide

Manage your Citations

EndNoteWeb Tutorial

For additional tutorials, please visit the EndNoteWeb tutorials page. Note: 

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