USC Upstate librarians have created several Library Guides to help educate you about plagiarism and how to avoid it, and how to properly cite the work of others in your papers and projects. Please visit the links below to learn more about how to properly cite and credit your work.
There are two options available to students for the final assignment in Introduction to Public Administration: the Federal Track or Local Track. These two tracks differ significantly in focus, and the successful completion of the assignment will require the use of different resources dependent upon which track is chosen, although there will be overlap in some instances. The assignment document from Dr. Goldberg is linked below.
This LibGuide is designed to assist students in finding appropriate resources based on the track chosen for their final assignment. These resource lists are by no means exhaustive, and at any point in the research process reference librarians are available to help further refine your search techniques.
Additional resources available on campus include the University Writing Center (call 503-5883 for an appointment) where students can have papers reviewed for unintended plagiarism, review documentation styles, and check for patterns of grammatical error. The University Writing Center does NOT proofread papers.