Updated Academic Integrity Resources

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Plagiarism is a charged issue, and questions about academic integrity are relevant to any course that involves writing or academic citation. With this in mind, Writing at Queens aims to provide resources to help instructors teach students to work with sources–and to help when violations of academic integrity arise.

There is a significant difference between lacking citation skill and lacking academic integrity. For students it may be as simple as knowing how, when, and where to cite sources. For faculty it is honing the ability to recognize a fault in process and a fault in character. This list consists of citation resources, college policies, and examples to ensure students and faculty are equipped with all that they need to organize, write, and revise their work in print and digital environments. This hub is regularly updated to ensure you have the tools you need to teach students how to make the right choices.

To access these resources and more click here.

 

 

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