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Referencing

Research builds on existing knowledge but in order to do this you need to be able to find this information! Cambridge offers access to a huge range of materials so it can be overwhelming! Luckily the resources in this section will help you to find what you need.

Academic integrity

Academic integrity is an important but misunderstood part of scholarship. Essentially it means acting ethically and honestly in all parts of the academic process from avoiding plagiarism to good academic writing strategies. The resources on this page will help you to develop good ethical practices.

Snapshots 

Need information in a hurry? Get up to speed fast with our research snapshots:

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  1. Moore Minute: Referencing
  2. Moore Minute: Plagiarism
  3. Moore Minute: Academic integrity

 

 

 

 

Quick Reads

Need to know a bit more? Our quick reads outline complex topics in an accessible way:

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  1. Moore About... Referencing
  2. Moore About... Avoiding Plagiarism
  3. Moore About... Academic Integrity 

 

 

 

In-depth

Time to dive deep into a topic? Our in-depth resources cover everything you need to know and give you a chance to put your new skills into practice:

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  1. Moore Module: Referencing
  2. Moore Module: Avoiding Plagiarism

 

 

 

 


Recommended resources

  • Referencing the sources you use in your research is an important academic skill. This in-depth module will cover why referencing is necessary, what sources need to be referenced, how to start referencing, and where to find help.
  • Understanding plagiarism and how to avoid it is a key part of your academic training. In this in-depth module you will learn what constitutes plagiarism, it's role in academic misconduct, and how it can be avoided.
 

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