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JMC 301 Intermediate Reporting and Writing

Arizona State University: Official Policy and Helpful Information

The Office of the University Provost's What is Academic Integrity? site provides access to the university's official Academic Integrity Policy.

ASU Graduate Education's Academic Integrity: be in the know site features numerous educational materials - including online videos and more.

Faculty interested in learning more about ASU's approved plagiarism detection tool are encouraged to consult the SafeAssign in Blackboard information page.

Students experiencing problems with using SafeAssign are encouraged to consult the Why Am I Getting an Error When I Attempt to Access a Safe Assignment? information page.

Please note that the ASU Library maintains a Citation Styles research guide.

ASU's University Senate passed the Enhancing University Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures motion in 2012. The motion was approved with revisions by the University Provost - see page four of the response to Senate Motions file


And in 2015 the University Senate also passed the Managing Academic Integrity Violations motion. That motion was approved as written - see Approval of Senate Motions.

Additional Recommended Resources

International Center for Academic Integrity
The Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity

Purdue Online Writing Lab
Avoiding Plagiarism
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
Citation Style Chart

Understanding Plagiarism (Indiana University)

Other ABOR Institutions:

Academic Integrity (Dean of Students Office, University of Arizona)
Avoiding Plagiarism (University Libraries, University of Arizona)

Academic Integrity @ Northern Arizona University (e-Learning Center)
Avoiding Plagiarism (Cline Library)
Quoting and Paraphrasing (Cline Library)

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