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Avoid Plagiarism: Writing it Right: Internet as Source

Internet as a source

  • Sometimes it is mistakenly thought by students that everything on the Internet is common knowledge.  
  • In actuality, sources on the Internet must be cited in the same way that print or other electronic sources are cited.  
  • There are formats for citing web sites, and for citing sources from websites such as articles or papers posted.  

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from https://www.grammarly.com/blog/5-most-effective-methods-for-avoiding-plagiarism/