Digital skills: succeeding in a digital world
Digital skills: succeeding in a digital world

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Digital skills: succeeding in a digital world

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Acknowledgement
When you credit someone else’s work by stating their name, the title of the piece of work, the date of its publication and its source.
Plagiarism
Using the work of other people to gain some form of benefit, without formally acknowledging that the work came from someone else.
Referencing
Giving credit to other people’s work that you have quoted from or referred to. The reference list provides the title of each piece of work, the date of their publication, source and author’s name.
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