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I would like to first start off by saying plagiarismis unacceptable and as a student it is my responsibility to make sure that I fully understand what constitutes plagiarism After reading and reviewing information from the Harvard guide to using sources website Harvard Guide to Using Sources 2014 I now have a better understanding of plagiarism and everything it entails The website not only defined plagiarism but also gave great examples of what is considered plagiarism why it is considered plagiarism and how to avoid it in the future The information that I learned from the Harvard website is going to be vital as I continue my Masters degree in Social work In this paper I will explaineach subsection what I learned and how I can apply it to my writing in the futureWhy use SourcesIn the first section Why use sources it discusses the importance of sources and how they can help add clarification or provide support so that your argument is strong Many times when you are in college you will be required by your professors to write a paper and include sources in the form of books articles journals or websites just to name a few Sources are important because it helps add credibility to your writing as well as help educate you on the topic you are covering This section also talks briefly about being able to differentiate between sources that are credible and strong versus sources that are not and how to tell the difference between the two In this section I learned the importance of sources and how it can help add credibility to my papers As I continue on my path to obtain my masters degree in social work it is going to be critical that I use sources and understand why Im using them will only help me in the futureWhat are you supposed to do with SourcesIn the section What are you supposed to do with
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