Interview with Colorado State Academic Integrity Program

Asking some tough questions...

Tilt-logoThe Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) at Colorado State University has a great academic integrity program among its many efforts.

As part of the school’s Academic Integrity (or Ramtegrity) Week 2016, I sat down with CSU students and TILT tutors Alexis Cannella and Kate Bates to talk about all things plagiarism and academic.

The talk, which is about 30 minutes long, covers a great deal of ground including how schools and students can improve their understanding plagiarism, what steps students can take to avoid it and how useful citation skills in the classroom will likely be as students move on to their careers elsewhere.

If you’re interested in plagiarism from an academic integrity viewpoint, this is one talk you definitely do not want to miss!

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