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If you are a student, educator or researcher you might like to read our posts Copyright: Credit where credit’s due and Citation and bibliographies before copying and pasting material into essays, assignments or other academic work.

Both posts include advice on avoiding plagiarism and how to credit other people’s words, images and assets before submitting work for marking or assessment. If you are confused, just ask a friendly teacher, librarian, or another member of academic staff.