Resources

Academic Integrity Videos


Watch the Academic Integrity tutorial to learn more about how to cite sources properly.

University Resources

Office of the Student Ombuds
An ombudsperson will provide information, advice and assistance throughout any University process, including academic standing appeals, disciplinary proceedings, and conflict management 

Student Success Centre
If you are not entirely sure about your writing abilities, this is the place to go. They hold workshops to aid students in writing and citing. One-to-one consultations are also available.

University of Alberta Libraries
Look here for online style guides and other citation tips. The website also features a comprehensive page on cyber-plagiarism.

Office of the Dean of Students
The Dean of Students’ office is the link between the University of Alberta and its students.
Services include:

Students’ Union
In addition to advocacy for students, the SU offers even more services, including the Access Fund, Campus Food Bank, Peer Support Centre, Financial Aid information, Safewalk and InfoLink.

Online Resources

Code of Student Behaviour

Undergraduate Students’ Guide to Academic Integrity

Bill Taylor’s Original Letter to his Students

International Center for Academic Integrity Fundamental Values Project

Academic Integrity Quiz – how much do you know?

Modern Languages Association (MLA) Style

Chicago Style

The Harvard Family of Bibliography Styles

American Psychological Association (APA) Style

Tip Sheets

Collaborating on Assignments

10 Ways to Write a Paper without Plagiarism

How Much Assistance is Too Much

Inappropriate Collaboration