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Harris, R. (2000, October 2). Anti-plagiarism strategies for research papers. Costa Mesa: CA: Vanguard University. Retrieved October 31, 2000:

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The Learning Skills Centre. (1999, January 31). Plagiarism. Prince George, BC: The University of Northern British Columbia. Retrieved November 20, 1999:

Leland, B. (2000 February 22). Plagiarism and the Web. Macomb, IL: Western Illinois University. Retrieved October 31, 2000:

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Roig, M. (1999). When college students' attempts at paraphrasing become instances of potential plagiarism. Psychological Reports, 84, 973-982.

Ryan, J. J. C. H. (1998, December). Student plagiarism in an online world. Prism online. Washington, D.C.: American Society for Engineering Education. Retrieved November 21, 1999:

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Student Judicial Affairs. (1999 October). Avoiding plagiarism: Mastering the art of scholarship. Davis, CA: UC Davis. Retrieved October 31, 2000:

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VanderMey, R., Meyer, V., Van Rys, J., Kemper, D., & Sebranek, P. (2004). The college writer: A guide to thinking, writing, and researching. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.

Wilhoit, S. (1994). Helping students avoid plagiarism. College Teaching, 42(4), 161-165. Retrieved from Academic Search Elite, EBSCOHost, June 4, 2002:

Williams, S. (1996, June 26). Avoiding plagiarism. Clinton, NY: Hamilton College. Retrieved November 20, 1999:

Writing Tutorial Services: Writing Resources. (1998, August 10). Plagiarism: What it is and how to recognize and avoid it. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University. Retrieved November 20, 1999: