Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Plagiarism Help

We are getting to the point in the quarter where research papers and projects are getting underway.  Regardless of whether you teach a 100-, a 400-, or even a graduate level course, students can benefit from guidance and assistance in avoiding plagiarism.  There are many resources available to us as instructors to help our students navigate proper citation.  In addition to the great resources found at our online library, Stephanie Heald-Fisher, our Online Graduate Program Chair, shares with us a resource called plagiarism.org.  This site guides students on:
  • What plagiarism is;
  • How to cite sources; and
  • Where to find citation and plagiarism resources.
Another tool for our students in avoiding plagiarism.  

If you have any questions please let me know.

Heather Thomton-Stockman
Online Instructional Specialist

1 comment:

  1. The library also has a guide about Avoiding Plagiarism - check it out! http://globeeducationnetwork.libguides.com/plagiarism