Writing with Integrity Tools
Beginning the new school year with the right resources will impact students’ attitudes, confidence, and academic performance. These resources are designed to help students learn about integrity and writing best practices, which will affect their outcomes throughout the academic year.
Aiming For Integrity: How Well Do You Know Plagiarism?
Start off the school year with a quick, effective quiz that helps educate students about the different types of plagiarism and improve academic integrity. Use the quiz as a required tool in your classes or courses and have them email the results.Start the Quiz
Lesson Plan Ideas: Engage Students & Improve Writing Skills
Educators are faced with an increasing challenge of engaging students. These nine lesson plan ideas offer creative ways to engage students through effective feedback and to educate students about integrity and writing best practices.Download the Lesson Plan Ideas
Favorite Feedback: Exploring the Disconnect between Students and Educators
Educators work hard to give their students thoughtful feedback on their work. But how helpful do students ﬁnd that feedback? The infographic below explores the disconnect between their views, as shown in our study of over 2,000 students and educators.See the Infographic Download the Paper Watch the Webcast
10 Types of Plagiarism Handout
The "Plagiarism Spectrum" identifies 10 types of plagiarism. Print this 8.5x11 flyer, and pass it out to students in your classes and courses, even other educators.Download the Handout