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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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
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.
Tools for Teaching: Teaching Writing
A resource on how to teach the complexities on writing to your students.
Tools for Teaching: Presentation on the Writing Process
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.