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Fostering Academic Integrity and Reducing Plagiarism   Tags: plagiarism  

Resources for understanding the responsibilities involved with fostering academic integrity and reducing incidences of plagiarism.
Last Updated: Feb 2, 2017 URL: http://libguides.ung.edu/Academic_Integrity Print Guide RSS Updates

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    - UNG Resources
    - Library Instruction in the Classroom
    - Reference Assistance in the Library
    - Citation Management Software
  • Resources for Faculty
    - Resources for Faculty
    - Articles
    - Related Subject Guides
  • Resources for Students
    - Plagiarism Videos
    - Online Tutorials

Library Instruction in the Classroom

The topics of plagiarism and citations are options for Library Instruction sessions in the classroom. These sessions can be provided upon request and may be crafted specifically to the wishes of the instructor. Schedule them early in the semester to assure availability.

Classroom sessions on avoiding plagiarism may cover sample scenarios, such as those viewed on Plagiarism.org, and can include exercises on paraphrasing, where most students make plagiarism mistakes.  Library sessions may also offer a review of the citation style for your discipline such as APA, MLA, and so forth, with examples.

Contact Information to Schedule Library Instructions

Cumming: Rebecca Rose (rebecca.rose@ung.edu or 470-239-3119).

Dahlonega, email the library for details (askus@ung.edu).

Gainesville: Amanda Nash (amanda.nash@ung.edu or 678-717-3825)

Oconee: Virginia Feher (virginia.feher@ung.edu or 706-310-6305)

      

    Reference Assistance in the Library

    Librarians are happy to work with students with citations.  The library owns copies of the Style Guides for most disciplines.

    Citation Management Software

    The library offers support and workshops for using the following citation management programs.  Workshops may be scheduled upon request.

    • EasyBib
      EasyBib is an automatic bibliography composer which helps format sources for research papers quickly and accurately.
    • Zotero
      Zotero makes it easy to organize and format your research citations. Use this free tool to save citation information, organize your citations in files, and create reference lists, in-text citations, and/or footnotes in the style of your choice (APA, MLA, Chicago, and more).
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