Exploring Academic Integrity Tutorial is adapted from an original by the Claremont Colleges Library and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a design framework at www.lib.uci.edu. Content on pages 5, 14, and 15 of the Attribution and Citation section was adapted from UCI's Begin Your Research Tutorial. All other content was developed by a team of Claremont Colleges librarians and adapted for UO by Bronwen Maxson.
Academic integrity is critical to success in higher education and beyond. After you finish this tutorial, you will be able to:
The tutorial begins with The Scholarly Conversation.
Student studying outdoors on the UO campus. Photo credit: UO Libraries
Faculty, you have two options for having students engage with these academic integrity resources:
Note: The UO Libraries tutorial in this guide has some overlap with the Ducks Have Integrity module in Canvas. We recommend discussing your learning goals with a librarian to decide which is right for you.
The Exploring Academic Integrity in Your Research tutorial and quiz is ideal for first-year students who are beginning to take part in and learn from scholarly conversations on campus and elsewhere. If you would like to assign all or part of this library guide as part of your Canvas course, please contact the following people to get started:
You can also find a Canvas Commons module with similar information (link below). Go to Canvas Commons and then click on the link to explore this module, import it to your own course, and modify if you wish for your particular teaching context. Here is some background information on the module creation project as well as links to additional resources.
If you would like support in integrating the Canvas module as part of your Canvas course, including support customizing it for your teaching context and learning goals, please contact any of the following people to get started:
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