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Academic Integrity | For Faculty & Staff

Academic integrity resources and information from Raugust Library and the UJ Writing Center.

Reference & Instruction Librarian

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Amanda Walch
Raugust Library, Reference & Instruction Office
701-252-3467 ext. 5441

Writing Center Director

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Danielle Clapham
Lyngstad 208C
701-252-3467 ext. 5510
Subjects: For Faculty

In This Section

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The Writing Center & the Library can help!

Ask us about:

  • Assignment design tips to help students avoid academic integrity issues
  • In-class sessions on research, writing, citing, and avoiding plagiarism
  • Meeting with your students one-on-one


Search for Resources


Use Google's site search tool to find academic integrity resources at higher education institutions. Add "" or "" to a search for academic integrity topics such as citation help or plagiarism.

For example, try:

  • academic integrity
  • plagiarism


Libraries & Writing Centers

Reframing Academic Integrity

Teaching Citation Practices

Online Assessment & Cheating / Alternative Assessment Ideas

Turnitin Resources & Criticism

Campus Academic Integrity Surveys

Spring 2021 Survey

After an initial exploratory survey of ENGL101 students in Fall 2020, the Writing Center and Raugust Library administered surveys to campus in three groups (undergraduate, graduate, and faculty) in Spring 2021. The student academic integrity questions were appended to the Library Satisfaction Survey, which is administered to students and faculty on alternating years. The faculty survey was a standalone entity. 

Below are reports of responses from the three groups. The April 2021 "Setting Expectations" workshop provides some commentary on the survey results and a few ways to address the academic integrity concerns at play on campus.

Fall 2020 ENGL101 Student Survey

The Writing Center and Raugust Library surveyed ENGL101 students in September 2020 to gauge their familiarity with citations and other academic integrity topics. We received 47 responses.