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Plagiarism

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posted this on October 25, 2011 03:12 PM

The information available on BookRags.com is intended as reference material. Nothing can legally be copied or reproduced without an appropriate citation, otherwise it’s considered plagiarism.

How to Cite on BookRags

Most pages of content should have a ‘Copyright’ section located at the bottom of the page. Here, the contents of the source are documented and you will often be able to see whether the content was licensed from a third party or written and owned by BookRags.com.

Study packs that contain multiple products do not have a copyright breakdown at the bottom of the page. Instead, the copyright is included within each piece of material. For instance, if you click on one of the products within your study pack, such as an Author Biography, you will see the copyright link on the side navigation as well as the ‘Copyright’ section at the bottom of the page.

 
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