What Ways Have Laws Been Used to Eliminate Dicrimination

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Dear Jenny;
I'm writing you in response to your article on "lab Courses Go Virtual". In resent findings that article you submitted for a grade has been dishonestly submitted for my class. The Policy of the University of Phoenix states the "following plagiarism the intentional or un intentional representation of another's words or ideas as one's own in an academic exercise. "by coping from someone else work is subject to being dropped from my class, and in which could led to fines and jail time. Failure to provide proper cites from the source you have uses is being dishonest. Meaning that you have taken information and stated it was your own work. The reason for this letter is to inform you that I'm giving you the opportunity to make this write by rewriting your paper and using the correct citation and submitting a paper of your own. Here at the University there is tools in which will help with the plagiarism. We have Plagiarism checker, in the writing center. It will help with the citation you will need to have a good paper. There also is grammar and writing guides lines. We even have River writer that will help look over your papers to find grammar and spelling errors. These are some sources that the University provides. Otherwise if you are unable to compromise with what I am asking it is unfortunate that I will have to drop you from the class. Sincerely

Professor Goodrich

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Academic Policies & Procedures, University of Phoenix, copy write@2012,2010,2009,2007
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