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Resources for FYS Instructors at CSB/SJU
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Fostering Integrity in Research: Faculty Resources

This guide was created to help you discuss academic honesty and plagiarism with your First Year Seminar students. Please preview both the sources and the exercises before using them. Many of the exercises included in this guide allow you to set up a class reporting system, grade material, or remove content that is either inappropriate (to your content or specifications) or distracting (too much information about minutia).

Some of the materials could be assigned to students; others would be appropriate to debrief in the class; still others are best used for in-class presentation with commentary and discussion. Distinctions will be noted if possible.


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This site is a collaborative effort of the libraries, Writing Centers, and First Year Seminar program at CSB/SJU.  We welcome your suggestions and additions.

Sarah Gewirtz, Molly Ewing, Jim Parsons, Clemens and Alcuin Libraries

Jane Opitz, Writing Centers

Ken Jones, FYS Director


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