Plagiarism statements are included in the syllabus of every course at ASA College. A sample statement from the LIB100 Information Literacy syllabus appears below.
ASA College is committed to academic integrity. As a result, ASA College has a strong policy against plagiarism. The consequences for plagiarized work are described in the ASA College Student Handbook on page 8 - 9. ASA College subscribes to Turnitin, a plagiarism prevention tool, and many faculty members require their students to use it.
Plagiarism can be avoided by citing your sources. See our APA Style pages under the Library menu. The below tutorials will help you recognize plagiarism and avoid it.
Bryan Fox, ASA College professor, created this video talk on plagiarism. Click here to view.
Acadia University's Information Literacy Online module, You Quote It, You Note It! is the first in a series of tutorials developed by librarians in the Vaughan Memorial Library at Acadia University in Canada. Use the character Emma, the scientist major, to see the APA citation. Click here to view.
Trinity Western University
Bill Badke, Associate Librarian, Trinity Western University, also in Canada, created this nice Power Point presentation that covers the basics of plagiarism. Click here to download your copy.