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Please accept our apologies for the concerns sparked when we accepted a post for our GradShare blog from an outside agency. This specific post fell outside the normal vetting process we use for all content we publish. While the bulk of the post contains information on how to define and avoid plagiarism, the writer also suggests that students pressed for time could hire a professional writer to work with them. That opinion and suggestion belong solely to the writer. They don’t reflect ProQuest’s definition of good academic practice and we deeply regret that it appeared in our blog. Your feedback will help us as we review the entirety of the Gradshare blog and continue to make it more useful to the academic community.  

30 Nov 2016

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