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Avoiding Plagiarism

Recommended Style Guides

Use these links on your syllabus or connect on your Isidore pages.

Strategies for Assignment Design

Strategies to deepen learning and prevent plagiarism through assignment design include designing, scaffolding, embedding, modeling, and documenting.

Teaching resources

From the Academic Honesty section from the Testing & Assessment FAQ document.

This FAQ is presented by the Testing and Assessment of Student Learning subgroup of the Academic Path Forward Working Group. It is a working document. If you have any questions about testing and assessment that are not addressed below, please email We will update this document with new information and questions as they arise.

Academic Honesty FAQs

  1. How do I set expectations for academic honesty and limit the extent of academic dishonesty?
  1. What options are available in Isidore to discourage academic dishonesty?
  1. Are there unit-level or University-level initiatives planned to monitor websites like Chegg where students post their course projects for "bidding?"
  •  There are no plans to monitor this at the University level.
  1. How do I prevent students from using the internet or the book during online testing?
  • See Proctoring of Online Exams topic in this FAQ.

Where to get help

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