Academic Honesty and Integrity

If you have any questions regarding Montclair State University's policy on academic integrity, please contact the Director of Student Conduct at collinsje@mail.montclair.edu.

Below is a list of links available to explore and learn more about academic honesty and integrity, academic standards, plagiarism, and related on-line resources.

For Students

Preventing Plagiarism

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/930/01/

An informative site for college students; it features broad guidelines for citing sources and a presents examples of what is and what is not plagiarism.

Visit montclair.edu/center-for-writing-excellence/ to arrange an appointment with the Center for Writing Excellence (CWE) on campus. This service is offered to you FREE. https://blogs.montclair.edu/cwe/ This blog is run by Montclair State University students dealing with issues of writer’s block and the frustration of procrastination. This blog may serve as a support resource.

Students Reflections on Moral Conflicts in College

http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/jcc

From the Journal of College and Character, this is a collection of essays written by college students who have reflected on the ethical issues and moral decisions they have faced during their college experience.

For Faculty

Tools for Teaching:  Teaching Writing

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/755/1/

A resource on how to teach the complexities on writing to your students.

Tools for Teaching:  Presentation on the Writing Process

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/701/1/?

This presentation is designed to introduce your students to three major elements that constitute the writing process (invention, composition, revision) and the strategies for inventing, composing, reviewing, and proofreading.