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Exploring Academic Integrity in Your Research

A UO Libraries self-guided tutorial on integrity in library research and using sources ethically

Introduction

Part I - The Scholarly Conversation

Student sharing poster at poster sessionAt colleges and universities all around the world, students and faculty are participating in scholarly conversations, otherwise known as “academic discourse.” This discourse is how scholars engage with each other, communicate their research, and build on existing scholarship to create new knowledge.

In This Module, You Will:

  • Learn the meaning of the “scholarly conversation”
  • Understand the responsibilities and rights of academia
  • Value attribution as a key habit of mind for scholars

Image: Student sharing poster during poster session. Photo credit: UO Libraries

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