ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AT RMU

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Faculty Resources
  • Turnitin
    This link provides access to a description of 'Turnitin', antiplagiarism software. Click on 'training' for detailed information regarding the use of the software.
     
  • Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers
    Text written by Robert Harris, author of The Plagiarism Handbook. This site discusses various AI issues including reasons why students cheat, methods to encourage academic integrity in the classroom, strategies to prevent academic misconduct, and strategies for plagiarism detection. This Web site is made available at Virtual Salt.
     
  • Preventing Academic Dishonesty
    From the book Tools for Teaching by Barbara Gross Davis. This chapter discusses general and specific strategies instructors can employ to combat academic dishonesty in the classroom including, but not limited to, plagiarism, paper topics, paper submissions, exam questions, and test administration. This document is made available on the University of California, Berkeley's Office for Educational Development Web site.
     
  • Resources Promoting Academic Integrity for Instructors
    This Web site from the University of Michigan provides original content and links for the following five topics: Promoting Academic Integrity in the Classroom, Perspectives on Why Students Violate Academic Integrity, Academic Integrity Cases to Consider, Preventing Cheating and Plagiarism, and Detecting Violations.
     
  • Tips for Detecting Plagiarism
    The Walter E. Helmke Library at the Indiana University - Purdue University campus presents this site devoted to clues for instructors to detect plagiarized papers.