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Porter's and Plagiarism

As a student and member of the Miss Porter's School community, I promise to uphold the tradition of honesty and fairness that this community has taught since 1843. I will be truthful. I will be respectful of others, their property, and their opinions. I promise to foster these values in the community.

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Why Cite?

Citing sources is not just about giving credit to others for the images and ideas you used while creating a product, it's about giving your reader a way to find additional information.  Sometimes a fact you think is not that important sparks a real interest in the reader and by going to your bibliography, they can find the resources you used and learn more.

 

A Guide to When You Cite Your Work

 

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