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Acting for Camera and Voice: Databases

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Citing Sources

Citing is a way of documenting where an idea, quote or fact in your paper came from. Failure to give credit for your sources is considered to be plagiarism. See Seneca's Academic Integrity Policy for more information.

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Take some time to review the information about Citing Sources on the library's web site.

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