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Adjunct Faculty Librarian
The plagiarism spectrum
Plagiarism spectrum from Turnitin
From widely used plagiarism checker Turnitin: "The Plagiarism Spectrum 2.0 identifies twelve types of unoriginal work.
Familiarity with traditional forms of plagiarism and emerging trends helps students develop original thinking skills and do their best original work."
Commonly Used Citation Styles
Your librarians at Canada College have created quick guides with examples of the following commonly used citation styles.
The citation style usually depends on the academic discipline involved. Remember to always check with your professors first to find out which citation style they would like you to use: