Plagiarism & Academic Honesty:
Encouraging Academic Integrity
The tutorial is only one step toward student understanding of plagiarism and academic honesty. The resources linked on this page provide ideas for individual student research, in-class discussion, online discussion forums and group projects. Faculty can focus on a specific outcome based on quiz scores or have students explore topics related to academic honesty.
Lessons Plans by Outcome
- Using the Plagiarism Tutorial in Education: Case Studies, UM Information Literacy Committee
- Using the Plagiarism Tutorial in Psychology: A Case Study, UM Information Literacy Committee
Additional Plagiarism Resources and Information via Google
Plagiarism in the Real World
Use these agreements to underscore the University’s commitment to academic honesty by adding one to your syllabus, having students sign as statement or attaching an agreement to each research paper.
- Agreement that students have viewed and understood the tutorial
- Academic honest agreement to cut and paste on each assignment
- Sample Syllabus Statements from the Center for Academic Integrity, Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson