plagiarism – Coursework Empire https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk Sat, 09 Dec 2017 06:29:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.1 Referencing Supports The Integrity Of The Academic Writing https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/referencing-supports-the-integrity-of-the-academic-writing https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/referencing-supports-the-integrity-of-the-academic-writing#respond Tue, 03 Oct 2017 07:05:46 +0000 https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/?p=2409 When writing a research paper or a coursework, the integrity of the work is supported by references. After completing the paper, the key factor is ensuring that in-text citations and referencing is done appropriately with the use of reliable sources. Numerous literature has been carried out on the use of proper citation, along with the honesty of the material that is written. The main reason that citations and referencing are done to show the work is not plagiarised. No university would accept plagiarised work, and this is why it is important that students ensure that their work is original through the use of citations.

There are other reasons, which are personal as well as for the purpose of the authenticity of the academic writing, for which citations and references should be done in the paper.

To begin with, when a student cites a paragraph or a quote used in the paper, he is letting his professor know about the accuracy of the paper. When a professor looks up the reference and finds the same material there, with student citing that specific part in the paper, it shows that the student is loyal to his work.

When a student is in the habit of citing sources, he is on the path of becoming a better writer. There is no doubt that a paper is only considered elegant if it comprises of captivating content and decent attribution practices that help in creating a strong paper. Students should cite the source that they have taken the information from. This would help them in avoiding to cite a site that is not the right one. This means that the students must make certain to use only credible sources for gathering the information.

The bibliography is another key area of the paper. In simple words, the bibliography is basically a list of all the sources that are used in the paper. The idea behind creating the bibliography list is to inform the reader of the sources that were used in the paper. This way, the reader can check each source by themselves and see the authenticity of the work.

Lastly, when a student wants his work to be printed in the form of a journal or an article, he must understand that it goes under a thorough vetting. Publishing journal or any kind of scholarly article requires that the work goes through strict vetting with the endless editing of the work and careful checking of the sources in the paper. There are bound to be many criticisms as there would be positive feedbacks. Therefore, it is important to ensure that every citation is correct or else the student could face severe backlash for citing wrong sources to pass on the work as his own.

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Writing A Good Coursework With Simple Steps https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/writing-a-good-coursework-with-simple-steps https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/writing-a-good-coursework-with-simple-steps#respond Tue, 26 Sep 2017 06:51:05 +0000 https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/?p=2403 So you are assigned with a coursework, and you want to be the star of your class; so it is important for you to write a coursework that is better than the rest of the class. What do you do? Have no idea? Well, then read on to know how you can write a good coursework without any trouble.

There is no doubt that coursework is as difficult as writing an exam, which is why it is important that students pay complete attention when writing their coursework. There are certain rules to know before starting to write a good coursework. There are 4 basic rules that a student must know and abide by while writing the coursework.

The first rule is there should be no plagiarism of any kind. The students must ensure that every word he has written in the paper is his own view and opinion. In case, if he has taken a quote or a chunk of information from somewhere, he must make certain that he has cited them. The source should be cited, and its reference should be provided in the bibliography list.

The second rule is to read and read as much as possible. The professor would not really help with the topic, and the max he/she would offer help is with guiding you on how the coursework should be written. That would be it. What should be written in the coursework or what sites should be used is entirely the work of the student, and he must ensure that he is carrying out his own research.

The third rule is to keep the word count under check. Usually, universities have guidelines that state that word count does not include title, table of contents, reference page, and appendix page. The rest of the material is included in the word count which is what the student has to work with. The student should ensure that his work is within the word count, although universities do provide 10+/- margin. However, a coursework within the word count would impress the professor and reflect positively on the grades as well.

The fourth rule is to check the topics that the student can choose to work on. Coursework is usually a make-up exam to prepare students for the real upcoming exams. Therefore, it is important to use the appropriate topic that would help the student in preparing for the exams.

Finally, before submitting the work, the student should proofread the paper, check the formatting, and once satisfied should submit the work to the professor. The satisfaction you get from submitting your hard work will just be out of the world! We guarantee you that!

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Plagiarism and its effects. https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/plagiarism-and-its-effects https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/plagiarism-and-its-effects#respond Tue, 08 Aug 2017 11:07:43 +0000 https://www.courseworkempire.co.uk/?p=2359 Every now and then, unknowingly, we tend to do plagiarism in our work, whether it is writing a research paper or assignment for the university. It is important to note that plagiarism is a serious offence. An offence that can lead you to getting expelled from college or university, and destroy a student’s career completely. Numerous individuals do not realise that they are doing plagiarism, and believe that just by paraphrasing the work; they have crossed the plagiarism zone. However, this is not true. Plagiarism can be avoided easily, just by taking certain steps which would only help the student grow as a writer and help him in his future assignments and research papers.

To ensure that the writing is original in every way, the first step that a student can take is using more than one source in his research. Many times, students tend to do the mistake of collecting information from one source. This type of situation mainly happens when a student gets all the required information from one source. However, what the student forgets is that taking information from a single source means the percentage of plagiarism is going to be extremely high. Therefore, it is highly recommended that when writing the research paper, one should use more than one source. Moreover, when multiple sources are used, the student has the option of writing the information in a more organised manner.

The second step is citing the sources in the assignment or research paper. Once the paper is completed, a major task starts which is to cite the sources and to ensure that proper citation is done. Whenever a quotation is taken directly from the source, it becomes compulsory for the student to ensure that they are citing the source of it. When a student provides sufficient citations in the paper, he is letting his professor know that he has not only carried out a detailed research but has also used diverse types of sources to gather the material.

The third step is avoiding using huge portions of another person’s work. The idea is to ensure that the student is bringing his own uniqueness into the paper as that would show that the student understands the topic and knows what needs to be written relate to it. There is no harm in using information from the Internet; however, it is equally important to write one’s own opinion as that would gain more points in front of the teacher or professor.

The best way to approach a paper is to ensure that you have your own material to include in it, along with including thoughts and ideas that are original and not just copy-paste from the Internet. Rather than limiting the research to the Internet sources, write the material in your own words to avoid any kind of plagiarism.

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