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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

7 - Academic Discourse & Student Success

What makes academic discourse successful?

By the end of this four-part tutorial, you’ll have practical tools and techniques for engaging in academic discourse while avoiding plagiarism (when you use someone else's work without indicating it is not yours) and other dishonest behaviors. 

All of these skills will help you to become well educated, socially responsible, and career ready, all while having a positive experience at UO!

Graduating class of UO students in caps and gowns outside of Knight Library

Image: Graduating class of UO students in caps and gowns outside of Knight Library. Photo Credit: UO Libraries

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