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Plagiarism & Academic Integrity: RESOURCES
Academic Integrity in the Classroom
Resources to help understand what academic integrity, academic ethics, and plagiarism are in practice.
Avoiding Plagiarism (OWL)
A series of pages providing an overview, description, and discussion of how to avoid plagiarism. From the OWL at Purdue University.
A brief discussion that answers questions students often have concerning the correct and effective use of sources in order to avoid plagiarism. From Hamilton College.
Plagiarism & Academic Integrity: TUTORIALS
Academic Integrity Tutorial
Six modules that introduce students to academic integrity concepts, policies, and research methods to insure quality work. From the University of Maryland Global College.
A tutorial discussing how to quote, paraphrase, and summarize correctly without plagiarizing. From the University of Maryland Global College.
How to Recognize Plagiarism: Tutorials and Tests
This tutorial from Indiana University is free for anyone to use. The series of tutorials take about an hour to complete. Participants who successfully pass the Certification Test at the end are emailed a certificate of completion. To receive a certificate, you must create an account--but the account is free. From Indiana University.
A tutorial that includes exercises and quizzes to assess your knowledge of plagiarism. From the University of Southern Mississippi.
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