EagleSource: Academic Integrity
Books: Use the Library Catalog
RefWorks is a web-based application provided by the Henderson Library that will allow you to gather references automatically from book and article databases and web pages while you research, format your papers and citations instantly in a wide variety of styles (MLA, APA, Turabian, etc.), and much more.
Citation Builder (UNC-Chapel Hill)
The Citation Builder illustrates how to cite some common resources in the APA, MLA and CBE/CSE citation styles.
Citation Guidelines for GALILEO Resources
This link can assist you in compiling your bibliography using resources found in GALILEO by offering citation examples from the most popular style guides.
Citing Your Sources for Business Students
Boston University Libraries Research Guide on citing business sources according to MLA, APA, and Chicago style.
EBSCO Discovery Service Tutorials
Learn how to search the Google like search box for resources in the Henderson Library.
Library Research Modules
Learn how to use the library from 10 self-paced modules that include: : Introduction to Research : Select Library Terminology : Search Stratagies : GALILEO : GIL: Library Catalog : Internet & Other Resources : Evaluationg Sources, Critical Thinking, Active Reading : Citation Styles and Giving Credit : Copyright & Fair Use : Need Help?
Online Library Learning Center (OLLC)
This site provides tutorials on the following: Unit 1 - The nature of information, how information about a topic develops and grows, and how understanding this can help you with your research Unit 2 - Developing a research question and understanding the research process Unit 3 - Identifying the needed research tools for your task (Unit 2, 5, 6, 7)The physical library — how it's organized (Unit 3) Databases and catalogs — how they work (Unit 4)rnUsing GALILEO for locating periodical articles and other materials (Unit 5)Using GIL for finding books and other library materials (Unit 7)rnTips for searching the Internet (Unit 7)Copyright, style manuals and citing sources (Unit 8)Evaluating sources (Unit 9)Information for Distance Education Students (Unit 10) rnThe site was created to be a tutorial on libraries and researching.
Resources for Documenting Sources in the Disciplines
A list of citation styles by discipline, from the OWL at Purdue
Online quiz from Indiana University
Take the ten item quiz to test you knowledge of recognizing plagiarism. The quiz offers immediate feedback. Be sure to click on "If you are NOT an IU student" in order to begin the quiz.
An Example of Proper Writing from a Student Research Paper
Created by Bob Harbort and Bob Brown, School of Computing and Software Engineering, Southern Polytechnic State University. An example of a properly written paragraph from an actual student paper used with the permission of its author.
Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial
A tutorial prepared by the University Library at the University of Southern Mississippi. For additional resources regarding plagiarism and citing sources, see the selection of resources under the subject Academic Integrity in EagleSource.
Bruin Success with Less Stress
Designed as an introduction to academic integrity and intellectual property, Carlos and Eddie's Guide to Bruin Success with Less Stress aims to help educate students about their role in the academic community and to help them make informed choices. Tutorial is provided and maintained by UCLA Library.
CheckCite @ James Madison University Libraries
Find examples of how to cite papers and speeches/PowerPoint presentations according to the most common styles.
Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism (Duke University)
Provides a definition of plagiarism. The Site also covers what to cite, how to cite, and provides tips on avoiding plagiarism.
Georgia Southern University Honor Pledge
Go here to read Georgia Southern University’s Honor Code.
Georgia Southern University Student Code of Conduct, 2008-2009
Link to GSU's Student Code of Conduct. Page 4 describes a variety of student misconduct, including cheating and plagiarism.
Hacker Handbook Resource Page: Bedford/St. Martin's
Created by Diana Hacker, this page presents sample research papers written in 3 common citation styles: MLA Style, APA Style, and Chicago Style.
How to Recognize Plagiarism (Tutorial from Indiana Univeristy)
This tutorial is a companion to the online quiz from Indiana University also available in Eagle Source. It provides clear examples of plagiarism and how to correct plagiarized text.
MLA Guide for Scholars and Graduate Students from Northern Michigan University
Examples from the revised(2009)MLA style guide for graduate students and scholarly publications.
Plagiarism.org offers the academic community information on recognizing and preventing plagiarism. It is easy to navigate, and its resources are frequently updated.
Prentice-Hall Companion Website: Understanding Plagiarism
Provides a comprehensive look at plagiarism. This tutorial offers clear examples of how to properly paraphrase, quote, and summarize sources. Short quizzes are built into each module.
Straight Talk about Plagiarism (Bedford/St. Martin's)
Two page handout describing ways to avoid plagiarism and common citation styles.
UNC Citing Information Tutorial
The University Libraries' Citing Information Tutorial consists of a series of self-paced instructional modules designed to introduce you to citing information in a number of citation styles (APA, MLA,Chicago, CSE/CBE)
What is Plagiarism? (Rutgers University Video)
An information literacy tutorial focusing on plagiarism produced by the Reference Department at the Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Zach's Bookmarks for COST
Selected Websites for COST