Tips and tools to help you credit your sources and use information legally and ethically.
A vital part of academic integrity is to provide proper credit to others' ideas and work that you use in your own work.
RefWorks 2.0 is a tool that helps you save, organize, edit, and use the references you collect while conducting your research. Later, when you write your research paper, you can use RefWorks 2.0 to insert in-text citations and create the bibliography.
Canadian Copyright law and the Access Copyright Interim Post-Secondary Education Institutions Tariff 2011-2013 in which NAIT is participating, dictate how much may be copied from a copyrighted work.
See our Copyright subject guide for information about Staff & Copyright, Students & Copyright, Using Copyrighted Works, and Copyright-Friendly Resources.
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