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Resources

There are many resources available to help you to understand academic integrity, academic misconduct, plagiarism, and so on. A few are listed here.

Understanding Plagiarism: http://innovation.dc-uoit.ca/plagiarism/index2.html

Ryerson University's Academic Integrity website: http://www.ryerson.ca/academicintegrity/episodes/index.html  

Ten Principles of Academic Integrity, by Donald L. Mc Cabe and Gary Pavela (College Administration Publications, Inc.)

Academic Integrity Learning Module: http://www.uoit.ca/ai_resources/academic_integrity_lo/

Montgomery College: This online resource includes information on Academic Integrity, Citation guides, research guides, as well as quizzes to test your knowledge.

Paradise Valley: This resource includes several links for internet-based activities to teach students about plagiarism and test their knowledge.

Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day (Blog): The resources listed are accessible learning tools for ESL students. Acadia and Monash University, specifically, are great resources using tutorial and quiz style learning activities.

Skills@Library: Users are able to test how well they can identify plagiarism and receive feedback as well as a final score.

Web English Teacher: This resource includes various anti-plagiarism tools and strategies as well as real life examples of the consequences of plagiarism. 

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