- A&S Academic Misconduct Procedure
- Check out the “For Students”/Student Resources tab on THIS website for more ideas about how you might help your students learn to avoid plagiarism.
- Check out UA Library’s Roll Tide Research blog, which includes links to all kinds of student research help, including a section on “Using Information Ethically” (which could be assigned to students, along with the included optional quiz)
- Alina Tagend (Chronicle of Higher Education, summer 2018; article about Tricia Bertram Gallant’s A I work at UC-San Diego), “Building Academic Integrity”
- Tricia Bertram Gallant (Theory into Practice, 2017) “Academic Integrity as a Teaching & Learning Issue: From Theory to Practice”
- Tricia Bertram Gallant (Magna, 2011) “Building a Culture of Academic Integrity”
- Sarah Elaine Eaton, “Universities unite against the academic black market”
- Twenty Years of Academic Integrity: Top Articles & Book Chapters 1992-2012 (a research bibligraphy, including article summaries, edited by Tricia Bertram Gallant)
Good Books on the Subject
- James Lang’s Cheating Lessons: Learning from Academic Dishonesty (Harvard, 2013) – accessible, practical, inspiring
- Dan Ariely’s The (Honest) Truth about Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone–Especially Ourselves (Harper, 2012) – a fascinating of morals and ethics; chapter 2 “Fun with the Fudge Factor” is particularly applicable to the issue of academic integrity
- Don McCabe, Kenneth Butterfield, and Linda Trevino, Cheating in College: Why Students Do It and What Educators Can Do About It (Johns Hopkins, 2012) – McCabe was a founding member of the International Center for Academic Integrity (ICAI) and his nationwide college surveys from the 1990s-2012 form the basis for much of the subsequent research about academic integrity
- Stephen Davis, Patrick Drinan, and Tricia Bertram Gallant, Cheating in School: What We Know and What We Can Do (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009)
- ICAI Institutional Toolkit to Combat Contract Cheating
- ICAI Multimedia Resources from various universities
- The Citation Project
- Phase I Analysis: Find white papers about source integration in researched writing and reading skills, source selection and information literacy, and the pedagogical implications of researched writing.
- WPA best practices for defining and avoiding plagiarism
Plagiarism Awareness Lesson Plan Ideas
- Understanding Plagiarism, with some help from Dr. Seuss – Clever PowerPoint Lesson from TurnItIn.com (developed by Nani Azman and Stephen Fox, U HI, Maui C)
- Paraphrasing Self-Assessment (with answer key) – TurnItIn.com
- Also go to the TurnItIn Resources page for several lesson plan ideas on teaching students to correctly paraphrase. Included there are a “Teaching Academic Integrity: Paraphrasing Resources Teacher Guide” to download for a unit on how to paraphrase; a Paraphrase Lesson Presentation to download; a “Six Steps for Effective Paraphrasing” Handout to download; and several other useful paraphrasing lessons, presentation, or handouts that you can download to use or adapt for your classroom.
Resources for Teaching Online Courses
- Chris Pilgrim and Christopher Scanlon (27 July 2018, Phys.org) – “Don’t Assume Online Students Are More Likely To Cheat. The Evidence Is Murky.”
- M J Bishop and Marie Cini (28 Sept 2017, The Evolllution) – “Academic Dishonesty and Online Education (Part 1): Understanding the Problem”
- _____ (5 Oct 2017, The Evolllution) – “Academic Dishonesty and Online Education (Part 2): Strategies for Supporting Academic Honesty in the Digital Age”
- _____ (12 Oct 2017), The Evolllution) – “Academic Dishonesty and Online Education (Part 3): UMUC’s Approach to Digital Academic Dishonesty” (a look at how University of Maryland University College deals with online academic integrity issues)
- George Watson and James Sottile (Spring 2010, Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration) – “Cheating in the Digital Age: Do Students Cheat More in Online Courses?”
Resources for Teaching International Students
- Nick Dugan (30 July 2018, Voice of America VOA Student Union blog; includes links to additional research and videos) – “Some Students Not Well-Schooled about )”
- Alexander MacGregor and Giacomo Folinazzo (June 2018, feature article in TESOL Journal) – “Best Practices in Teaching International Students in Higher Education: Issues and Strategies” – article does not specifically mention academic integrity, but does offer several data-based teaching strategies that might be applied to talking about academic integrity issues with international students.
- Gabriela M. Gillespie (Mar 2012, The Mentor: an academic advising journal) – “Guide to Advising International Students about Academic Integrity”