1. “Beware – Says who? Avoiding plagiarism
York University recently created a “pamphlet-style” presentation of how to avoid plagiarism. Although it has some specific references it York University, most of its advice is applicable anywhere. You can access it at:
2. "Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: a guide to ethical writing” by Miguel Roig, PhD
These documents are intended for students and health and human service professionals and are particularly tuned-in to common abuses in science research and writing. The website was produced for and maintained by the Office for Research Integrity (US Department of Health and Human Services). The comprehensive detail may intimidate student users.
1. “What is Plagiarism at Indiana University?”
2. York University’s “Academic Integrity Tutorial”
A lively and thorough exploration of how to stick to academic honesty in some tricky situations. They include three “Case Studies” which seem particularly helpful.
3. Paraphrasing/Plagiarism exercise from the Office for Research Integrity (US Department of Human Services)
4. “Don’t Do This” – Quiz on Academic Integrity
from the University of Southern California
5. “Plagiarism and Academic Integrity at Rutgers University” is an on-line interactive slide presentation. If you learn better with pictures and videos rather than words, this is something to check out.