Please establish a professional line of conduct suited for the University. Thank you for your commitment and dedication to your education. View Student Conduct: Student Responsibilities

Absolutely NO plagiarism will be tolerated. All papers will be checked by the SafeAssign or Turnitin function. At the course instructor’s discretion, if you score too high in the matching percentage; points will be lost and/or papers with clear plagiarism will be failed. Repeated offenses may be reported to the University coordinator for student discipline.

“Plagiarism means using another’s work without giving credit. If you use others’ words, you must put them in quotation marks and cite your source. Words and images from books, articles and also from the internet. You must also give credit when using others’ ideas, even if you have paraphrased those ideas in your own words.

How to Cite Sources: Put quotation marks to the citation. Identify the source in the text, putting the author’s last name and giving the page number where the cited information appears in parenthesis. (Brown 8). The author’s name links the reader to a bibliography at the end of the paper giving full publishing information.”

Example of MLA: Brown, Dan. The DaVinci Code. Knopf Doubleday, 2003.

Updated: August 07, 2023