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This interactive, self-paced tutorial is designed to help students learn about the responsibilities of producing scholarship with integrity.

Full tutorial

This has six modules and will take about an hour to complete. The full tutorial includes the 5 modules, listed below, and a cumulative module.

After completing this tutorial, you’ll be able to

  • Discuss the importance of academic integrity at The Claremont Colleges
  • List the best practices for working with integrity
  • Apply your understanding of attribution to your research and assignments
  • Recognize how copyright and fair use affect producing your scholarly work

Please note that while this tutorial has graded quizzes for the learner to get feedback, there is no way for the scores to be recorded. Those who complete the tutorial can generate a certificate of completion, but the individual quiz answers will not be recorded. If you’d like to assign this tutorial to a class and have the scores recorded for a grade, please send an email with your request to AskALibrarian@claremont.edu

Module 1: Understanding Academic Integrity

This module takes about 10 minutes to complete. After completing this module, you’ll be able to

  • define academic integrity
  • explain the crucial role that academic integrity plays in the scholarly community
  • describe your responsibilities as a student to act with integrity
  • recall where to go to review your college’s honor code

Please note that while this tutorial has graded quizzes for the learner to get feedback, there is no way for the scores to be recorded. Those who complete the tutorial can generate a certificate of completion, but the individual quiz answers will not be recorded. If you’d like to assign this tutorial to a class and have the scores recorded for a grade, please send an email with your request to AskALibrarian@claremont.edu

Module 2: Attribution & Citation

This module should take about 10 minutes to complete. After completing this module, you’ll be able to

  • Describe what attribution is
  • Explain why attribution and citations are an important part of academic integrity
  • Differentiate between paraphrasing and quoting a source
  • Determine when you need to provide attribution or citations
  • Recall where to go for information on different citation styles

Please note that while this tutorial has graded quizzes for the learner to get feedback, there is no way for the scores to be recorded. Those who complete the tutorial can generate a certificate of completion, but the individual quiz answers will not be recorded. If you’d like to assign this tutorial to a class and have the scores recorded for a grade, please send an email with your request to AskALibrarian@claremont.edu

Module 3: Plagiarism

This module should take about 10 minutes to complete. After completing this module, you’ll be able to

  • Recall different types of plagiarism
  • Explain how to avoid plagiarism

Please note that while this tutorial has graded quizzes for the learner to get feedback, there is no way for the scores to be recorded. Those who complete the tutorial can generate a certificate of completion, but the individual quiz answers will not be recorded. If you’d like to assign this tutorial to a class and have the scores recorded for a grade, please send an email with your request to AskALibrarian@claremont.edu

Module 4: Copyright & Fair Use

This module should take about 10 minutes to complete. After completing this module, you’ll be able to

  • Define copyright
  • Define fair use
  • Explain how copyright and fair use apply to your assignments

Please note that while this tutorial has graded quizzes for the learner to get feedback, there is no way for the scores to be recorded. Those who complete the tutorial can generate a certificate of completion, but the individual quiz answers will not be recorded. If you’d like to assign this tutorial to a class and have the scores recorded for a grade, please send an email with your request to AskALibrarian@claremont.edu

Module 5: Guidelines for Working with Integrity

This module should take about 10 minutes to complete. After completing this module you will be able to

  • Define academic dishonesty
  • Give examples of dishonest practices
  • List the reasons students resort to dishonest practices

Please note that while this tutorial has graded quizzes for the learner to get feedback, there is no way for the scores to be recorded. Those who complete the tutorial can generate a certificate of completion, but the individual quiz answers will not be recorded. If you’d like to assign this tutorial to a class and have the scores recorded for a grade, please send an email with your request to AskALibrarian@claremont.edu

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