Academic Integrity and Plagiarism Tutorial
Provided by the University Libraries, this gives a good, thorough overview of understanding plagiarism and avoiding it.
Understanding Plagiarism for ESL Learners
Linking to TOPICS Online Magazine, this profiles some of the particular challenges for students who have learned English as a second language.
Gary Pavela's work at AcademicIntegritySeminary.com
This website provide resources on Academic Integrity by an expert in the field. There are seminars for students and faculty, ideas on teaching with integrity, and recommended readings.
Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Free resources on writing and teaching writing, style guides, ESL, etc.
McCabe, Donald L. and Pavela, Gary, "Ten Updated Principles of Academic Integrity," Change 36:3 (May-June, 2004) 10-15.
NOTE: Electronic access available through TAMU Libraries subscription to EBSCOhost Academic Search Complete, Wilson Education Full-Text,and informaworld Taylor & Francis Journals Complete.
Perlmutter, David D., Black Athletes and White Professors: a Twilight Zone of Uncertainty, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 10, 2003. URL: http://chronicle.com/article/Black-AthletesWhite-Pr/5371/
Example Letter to Students by Bill Taylor of Oakton Community College
This is a detailed example of a contract with students that clearly spells out expectations relating to academic integrity in the classroom.
Tips on Addressing Academic Dishonesty
This website comes from the K-State Honor and Integrity System, which is similar to the model at Texas A&M. This particular resource provides some excellent advice for faculty members on engaging with students about an academic integrity violation.
Harris, Robert, "Anti Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers," VirtualSalt, last updated: April 26, 2011. URL: http://www.virtualsalt.com/antiplag.htm.
Provides a good overview of ongoing research on antiplagiarism strategies with links to additional reading.
Bedford/St. Martin's Workshop on Plagiarism
Provides some free resources for faculty to use in preventing plagiarism including an electronic copy of Bedford Bibliography for Teachers of Writing, 6th ed - by Nedra Reynolds, Bruce Herzberg , and Patricia Bizzell.
Dante, Ed, The Shadow Scholar: The man who writes your students' papers tells his story, The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 12, 2010. URL: http://chronicle.com/article/The-Shadow-Scholar/125329/.
Doing Honest Work in College: How to prepare citations, avoid plagiarism, and achieve real academic success - by Charles Lipson — Available from the University Libraries
Strengths Quest: Discover and develop your strengths in academics, career, and beyond - by Donald O. Clifton, Ph. D. and Edward "Chip" Anderson, Ph. D. — Available from the University Libraries