The College of Arts & Sciences offers Academic Integrity Workshops to help students develop academic writing skills and understand ethical research practices. These are currently being done remotely.
The workshops cover student research; ethical and strategic use of sources; summarizing, quoting, and paraphrasing; and how to cite sources both internally and in a Works Cited list in order to avoid plagiarism. Currently, they are being offered remotely.
The workshops are available on-demand. Contact Dr. Gardiner at email@example.com to ask about receiving the work-at-your-own-pace workshop materials via email. Each tutorial contains embedded practice activities for students to complete along the way.
Workshop Part ONE: consists of two non-themed tutorials on “What is Academic Integrity?” and “Can I Use Wikipedia?” These two tutorials will take about 30 minutes to complete, together.
Workshop Part TWO: a themed tutorial on “Annotation,” a study skill that shows students how to take notes as they read (because often struggles with reading comprehension and poor note-taking habits can lead to poor decisions about source usage). This tutorial will take about 30 minutes to complete.
Workshop Part THREE: a themed tutorial on “Avoiding Plagiarism,” consisting of lessons on how to correctly and ethically summarize, paraphrase, and quote from source materials (including how not to patchwrite) and how to cite and document sources. This tutorial will take about 1-2 hours to complete.
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