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The following sections of this Tutorial provide information about academic integrity and how to demonstrate it. When you apply these ideas and strategies in your academic work, you will be demonstrating your own academic integrity.
- Academic Integrity - Definitions and discussion
- Plagiarism - Definition, examples and importance of documenting sources
- Demonstrating Academic Integrity - How to get credit for your own work
- Academic Integrity Checklist - Key points to check
- Practice Examples - Recognizing plagiarism and acknowledging sources
- Test Yourself - An online Test
You can work through the tutorial step-by-step by following the links from page to page, or by working sequentially through the navigation menu on the left side of the page.
In several places you will be directed to a new page in a new window. When you have studied the page, close the window to return to the tutorial.
At the end of the tutorial you will be invited to take a self-test. You can use it to test your own knowledge (what you are expected to know is explained in the list above). You may also be required to demonstrate that you have taken the Tutorial as part of your course work. When you answer all the questions correctly, you will have completed the Academic Integrity Tutorial successfully.
Hot Tip! Take Time to Save Time!
This module can be done in approximately 30-40 minutes. Each section contains information you need to pass the self-test. If you decide to skip over some of the material you may actually end up taking more time than if you read through all the sections before proceeding to the quiz.
Before we start the tutorial, let's review Technical Requirements.