Checking for Plagiarism

I’ve been creating a field guide for peer support for a while now. There is so much information that I get overwhelmed at times. At first I had just copied and pasted info into the guide. When I decided I needed to reorganize the info, I ended up losing a lot of the source data.

Now I am trying to rewrite the info in my own words, but it’s super confusing because I can’t tell where I got some of the info. I know a lot of it came from peer support for classes that I attended, but there’s no real way to cite that information anyway.

I just realized I can run it through a plagiarism checker to find the sources and make corrections… Derp…

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