Academic Integrity

Citation and copyright can be tricky when you are writing papers, or even creating your personal work. Resources below will show you how to credit other people’s work and avoid plagiarism.

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Avoid Plagiarism

What’s all this talk about Academic Integrity?! Find out how to make sure you’re giving credit where credit is due and avoid academic penalties.

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Cite Sources

Confused by all the different citation styles? Check out our citation reference so you avoid plagiarism!

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Respect Copyright

Why should you care about copyright? What is copyright, anyway? Find out if you can really use that image, song, or video inside.

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The Golden Rules of Academic Integrity

by flint patterson on August 15, 2019

Academic integrity often seems like a rather nebulous concept to incoming university students. The term sounds strong, but it is also incredibly vague. The result is that many simply embrace the “I know it when I see it” approach to something which really ought to be approached with care. As scholars at a public research […]

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Citing Sources Is About More Than Just Following The Rules

by Nick Thorton on September 6, 2016

You've probably heard about academic integrity during your time at UBC. But what does it mean and how do you do it?

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