As a graduate student at the University of Waterloo, you should communicate directly with your advisor or your Graduate Associate Dean if you have any doubt regarding what may be considered academic misconduct.
The Office of Academic Integrity at the University of Waterloo was established to support members of the UW community in their efforts to uphold academic integrity. (See the sections: Academic Integrity for UW Students and Help is Available.)
Graduate Student Services at the English Language Proficiency Program.
The Liaison/Specialist Librarian for your area can help with your questions about when and how to cite your sources.
The Citation / Style Guides site provides links to online guides and support for style guides, including APA, MLA, CSE, etc. The site is maintained by the Library and can be found in the Online Reference Shelf.
The Centre for Academic Integrity is an international consortium of institutions dedicated to academic integrity. Their Academic Integrity Web Sites page links to a number of academic integrity tutorials available at other universities.
A Guide to Intellectual Property for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars from the Canadian Association for Graduate Students