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Organizational Behavior (MGMT 370): Referencing Your Work

A guide designed to help students locate appropriate information for their team presentations, Organizational Behavior in Practice. Organizational Behavior (MGMT 370)


Zotero is a powerful tool that allows you to collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources.

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Ethical Concerns

Ethics Unwrapped is a free educational tool from the Center for Leadership and Ethics. Produced by the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin, the program offers an innovative approach to teaching ethics that is accessible to students and instructors.


Definition of Plagiarism

Plagiarizing, which may include:

  • Copying phrases or sentences word for word from a source without enclosing the copied words in quotation marks and indicating the actual source; or
  • Changing the wording of a source slightly, but still incorporating all the ideas of the source without indicating the source; or
  • Altering the wording significantly but still incorporating the main ideas from other sources without indicating, through standard forms of documentation, which sources have been used, thereby implying that the ideas are one’s own;
  • Unacknowledged and unauthorized resubmission of work completed in other courses.   

             See our page on Plagiarism Resources

Graham School of Management. (2013).Policy handbook for graduate students. p. 13 Retrieved June 18, 2014 from   

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