Tutorial quiz from Indiana University Bloomington School of Education on how to recognize plagiarism
Intellectual challenges in American academic writing with examples of what to do and what not to do from the Purdue OWL.
Tutorial quiz about recognizing and avoiding plagiarism by Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences
Facts, examples, and an infographic-style article.
Plagiarism occurs when a writer uses ideas, information, or words of another source without properly
crediting that source. Plagiarism is a serious offense and may result in a failing grade for the assignment
The University Life Handbook includes a statement of Academic Integrity, which reads as follows: "Seeking after truth is at the heart of an education at a Christian university like Olivet. ONU expects students to be truthful in all areas of life, including the academic arena. Those who engage in any form of academic dishonesty value their own gain more than their desire to seek truth; consequently, their behavior is incompatible with the goals and objectives of the University. Such dishonesty takes the form of cheating, plagiarism, or falsification.."
Olivet Nazarene University (2018). Statement of Academic Integrity. 2018-2019 University Life Handbook, p. 13. Retrieved from University Life Handbook 2018-2019