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Tutor profile: Mariah G.

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Subject: Writing

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My professor keeps talking about plagiarism--what is it and how do I avoid it?

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Plagiarism is the use of others ideas or words without proper credit or citations. Besides proper citations (MLA, APA etc.), there are other ways to ensure your haven't plagiarized another person's work including paraphrasing and direct quotations.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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Why can't I just Google it?

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Google or Wikipedia are not terrible places to start your research, especially if you know nothing about a topic. One good research strategy is start with general internet resources like Google and Wikipedia and then expand your searching to include academic and scholarly sources used in college research.

Subject: English

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What is a literary analysis essay?

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A literary analysis is a specialized essay written about a piece of literature. It goes beyond a book review or a summary. Instead, it is a thoughtful and critical examination of a work of literature (e.g. novel, poem, or play). A literary analysis will include an argumentative thesis statement, references to the text and may address components such as trope, character, narrative, and literary devices.

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