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Academic Integrity in Research and Writing

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Academic Integrity in Research & Writing

Academic Integrity in Research and Writing is a micro-course designed to introduce you to the definitions of academic integrity and plagiarism at Oakland University. It also offers you a chance to learn how to use and cite sources properly. 

You should start with the pre-assessment, and then complete the activities in the order they are listed.

If you are required to complete this micro-course and need to show a credential or badge of completion, you will need to take the quiz at the end and answer at least 8 out of 10 questions correctly. Instructions for sharing the credential's URL with your professor are shared at the end of this micro-course.

If you have any questions or comments about this micro-course, please contact Amanda Nichols Hess, nichols@oakland.edu.

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