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NKHS Library Catalog Search

Search 'Chemistry' in the Search Bar.  Collection of books for Chemistry has been created in Destiny Discover.  Click the Collections link from the tab on the top of the page.

What is plagiarism?

Plagiarism is the use of another person’s words or ideas and representing them as your own. 

Plagiarism may be intentional or unintentional. 

To make sure you have avoided plagiarism in your work, you should:

  • Accurately quote the original author's words.
  • Enclose the quotation within quotation marks.
  • Follow the quotation with an in-text citation.
  • Introduce the quotation with a phrase that includes the author's name.
  • Provide a list of references with full citation information at the end of the paper.

Garofalo, MLIS, Vanessa. How to Avoid Plagiarism in 5 Easy Steps. www.youtube.com, uploaded by Steelman Library, 17 Aug. 2017, youtu.be/UsFcU1PH_8E.

Website Evaluation - CRAAP Test

Do these websites pass the CRAAP test?

Use the CRAAP test handouts to decide if these websites would be worth using on a research project.  Not all are - evaluate carefully.

Useful Databases

Effective Researching Videos - OSLIS (https://secondary.oslis.org/learn-to-research/external-resources/learn-to-research-videos-for-secondary)

Handout - Element RAFT Assignment

"Why You Need to Cite Sources." OLSIS Secondary Videos, Oregon School Library Information System, 4 June 2017. www.youtube.com, youtu.be/WZEwCbHigxA.

Citing Sources

NoodleTools

Turnitin.com

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