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Student Success - First Year, Any Year: Time Management and Plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism

Look at the Plagiarism Prevention Guide to find out all about plagiarism and how to avoid it.

Being Productive

People who are good at managing their time not only keep their stress and anxiety levels low, they are also more efficient at getting things done. In other words, they are productive. Watch the following video clip to learn more about improving your own productivity.

Do you find you leave things to the last minute? As a student your life is very busy. You have courses to take, assignments and papers to get done, jobs to go to, family to please. This can all be overwhelming and sometimes juggling all you responsibilities might lead you to leave certain things, like school work, to the last minute - to procrastinate. 

Here is a Web site that provides you with tips that can help you to stop procrastinating and manage your time better in order to get things done more efficiently. Remember, good time-management helps ensure that you won't need to resort to plagiarism:

Managing Your Time

Learning time-management skills now will help ensure that you can do "A" level work throughout your college career. Having good time-management skills is one key to academic success. helps Additionally, managing you time effectively can also help to reduce stress, anxiety, and panic. The Library has quite a few books on managing your time. The two listed here are only an example of what's available to you. Need more? Find them by clicking on this link to get to our online catalog: OneSearch. You then need to do four things:

  1. At "Search for" make sure that LaGuardia is selected.
  2. In the Search filters area on the first search box line click on "Any field" and select "Subject"
  3. Copy the following keywords: time management and paste them on the "Enter a search term"
  4. In the "Select library box:" make sure "LaGuardia CC" is selected from the pull-down menu.
  5. You can also try "All CUNY libraries" in "Search for" to see what you can request from other CUNY colleges.
  6. Click the "Search" button.
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