Plagiarism is academic misconduct.
"In brief, any act which represents work not one’s own as one’s own is an academically dishonest act. If a student is ever in doubt about an issue of academic dishonesty, or has any hesitation about a contemplated course of action, the student should consult his or her instructors. The penalties for academic dishonesty can be very painful and can affect the entire educational experience at Illinois Central College."
From the Illinois Central College Student Handbook.
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The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL) is another excellent resource to consult for finding the correct way to cite a source either for a bibliography or for an in-text citation. Click on the image link below to be brought directly to their site:
Note that links for both MLA and APA style guides can be found on the right side of the screen under "Most Popular Resources."