teaching with writing
What we often call plagiarism may actually be an incomplete or improper understanding of the principles and protocols of citing one’s sources. Nonetheless, the explosion of information available in print and online makes it easier to plagiarize, that is, intentionally lift another’s prose or ideas without proper attribution.
In this section, you’ll find successful approaches to teaching students how to use sources appropriately and to avoid plagiarism.
approaches to preventing plagiarism
Composition Instructors’ Advice about Plagiarism
off “Virtual Papers” and Ghostwriters
Frequently Asked Questions from Faculty about Academic Dishonesty (Office for Student Conduct and Academic Integrity)
sample handouts and an online tutorial for preventing plagiarism
Plagiarism (OWL Purdue)
Citing and Using
Sources (Texas A & M)
How to Recognize Plagiarism: A Tutorial (Indiana University)
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for student writers
Students can schedule one-to-one consultations and download handouts about
style and grammar, punctuation, the writing process, and documentation.