Plagiarism & Citations 101: New Course on Vancko Hall

Are you a professor concerned about your students’ grasp of plagiarism, or the importance of proper citation?

Are you a student worried about accidentally plagiarizing on an assignment, or improperly citing your sources?

Don’t worry, because help is here. Just click on the link that follows to log in to Vancko Hall and enroll yourself in Plagiarism & Citations 101. This short mini-course will give a brief but thorough overview of what plagiarism is, how to avoid it, and how to properly cite your sources when you compose scholarly writings. The course consists of several text and video resources for you to read and/or view, followed by brief activities and quizzes for you to check your knowledge. The course can be taken (or assigned) on your schedule, and the results are available as soon as all the required activities are completed.

Click here to enroll.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Dunstan McNutt ( or Angela Rhodes ( or stop by the library at your convenience.


One thought on “Plagiarism & Citations 101: New Course on Vancko Hall

  1. Ryan Thetga March 16, 2010 / 9:34 pm

    This should be fun

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