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Using Information Responsibly: Four Tutorials

A multimedia tutorial that defines academic integrity, citing sources, and plagiarism.

This guide introduces students to the basics of national and university standards surrounding responsible research and writing when giving credit to sources.

Check out our Academic Integrity tutorials (modules 1 - 3) to learn standard principles and find available resources.

Explore the tabs in this guide for helpful research tips, strategies, and resources.

Are you looking for the original Academic Integrity tutorial?

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Don't forget that you can use the ISU Writing Center to help you review your paper including your reference page! 

Walk-in service is available for Pocatello students, and distance students can get help online.


Are you an instructor?

Would you like a librarian to provide a workshop on how to use credible and relevant sources? 

We are happy to help!  Visit our Instruction Subject Guide to get started.

Click here to learn more about adding the ResearchPath to your Moodle course.  

Check out our Library Support for Online Instruction page.

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  • Check out the Reference Desk on the first floor at Eli M. Oboler Library in Pocatello
  • Call ISU Libraries: Pocatello (208) 282-3152, Idaho Falls (208) 282-7880 & Meridian (208) 426-3301
  • Ask a Librarian
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