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By acknowledging the 'work of other people' (through referencing) you are taking steps to avoid plagiarising someone else's work. Appendix 1 of the University's Academic Integrity Statement gives a definition and examples of plagiarism.
Access the Academic Integrity Statement for advice on conducting all aspects of your academic life in a professional manner.
Referencing your work is vital.
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As part of the 'Learn with US' programme, these guides have been created to help develop the academic skills needed at university to be a successful student in lectures, seminars, research, essay writing and examinations.