The Savvy Researcher Workshop Series
Responsible Scholarship Practices: Plagiarism and Academic Integrity at Illinois
This workshop is geared toward the incoming international student who would like to familiarize themselves with the academic standards of doing research at the University of Illinois. Academic integrity means honesty and responsibility in scholarship. We'll introduce you to the Illinois documents that provide guidelines for academic integrity in teaching, research, service, coursework, research and publication, as well as information on intellectual property. We'll explain the difference between unintentional and intentional plagiarism and how to make sure that you cite your research properly.
- Introduction to the University of Illinois documents defining academic integrity and plagiarism
- Discussion on what constitutes plagiarism at the University of Illinois
- How to locate your citation style and the supporting resources needed to properly cite your work
- Time to answer your questions
Check out the University Library support page on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism.
Why it matters to you
Remember, if you ever are in question about anything related to academic integrity, ask your advisor or department head. Find answers until you are satisfied that you have followed the rules. Your education depends on it.
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