This online tutorial covers what plagiarism is, lists best practices concerning when to directly cite and how to paraphrase, includes critical thinking examples of good/poor paraphrasing and direct citing, and provides Butler Student Handbook information on plagiarism:
This LibGuide was designed to assist with library research in Science, Technology & Society
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Ruth Lilly Science Library
The Ruth Lilly Science Library is located on the second floor of the Holcomb Building (Room 202), connecting the Pharmacy and Health Sciences building with Gallahue Hall.
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