As a U-M student, it is ultimately your responsibility to educate yourself about academic integrity. The sites listed below can assist you in this effort.
- Types of Plagiarism
- The Bill Taylor Letter
Find out what your professors mean when they talk about academic integrity. Professor Taylor's letter lays out what you can and should expect from yourself, your fellow students, and your instructors.
- Academic Integrity in LSA
Resources for LSA students, including Frequently Asked Questions and the Academic Integrity Quiz.
- Georgetown University Honor Council: What is Plagiarism?
Not sure you understand plagiarism? This site lays it out for you. It also clearly knocks down excuses many students use to justify plagiarism.
- Purdue University's Online Writing Lab: Avoiding Plagiarism
No one wants to be accused of plagiarism. This site provides clear and well organized advice on how to avoid plagiarizing.
- UM English Department statement on plagiarism
Statement from Professor John Whittier-Ferguson (former Director of Undergraduate Studies), on plagiarism and penalties penalties for plagiarism.