I posted a hub on avoiding plagiarism and different types of citation styles.Many have asked for more things to do to prevent plagiarism so I wrote this up.
I hope this is not considered bad form on the forum to post a link to the hub. If it is, please accept my apology in advance and I will gladly remove the post
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-Properly … Plagiarism
Tresero, this info is badly needed by a lot of Hub authors who probably don't even know it.
by William Benner7 years ago
I take pride in trying to have original material on my hubs and that is why I take so long researching and writing my hubs before I publish. However, I just discovered a Hub on the same subject I wanted to write about....
by Arun Dev18 months ago
Can anyone tell me how to add citation on a hub?Thanks
by Jeff Davis7 years ago
I'm enjoying everything about the site and beginning my first hub. But one question about hub postings. Is one supposed to cite their paraphrased information as you would in a research paper? provide a link? or not...
by girly_girl096 years ago
I am a legal studies student and as such, write my fair share of case briefs. Love doing briefs, HATE citations. They are obviously a necessary evil.To all of you lawyers and law students out there - how did you learn...
by Joel Lantz2 months ago
This is an extension of my earlier question posted here, "Regarding HubPages policy about Hub publication of material published elsewhere on the Web." The same *core* issue is at stake in this post...
by DjBryle6 years ago
Can we add Copyscape every time we post anew hub? I believe this can prevent plagiarism. Thanks!
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