From self-directed learning to one-on-one writing assistance, the following resources can help you gain knowledge and skills to ensure that your work is "integrity-friendly."
- Academic Integrity Student Guide
- What is Appropriate Collaboration?
Log in to review a series of modules designed to upgrade your knowledge of academic integrity and research.
- Howe Center for Writing Excellence
The Howe Center provides assistance in all areas of writing, including résumés, theses, and course papers. (Appointments are available at two locations—King Library and Peabody Hall.)
- Howe Writing Initiative
Serving both students and faculty, this program is designed to enhance the quality of student writing in the School of Business.
- Bernard B. Rinella Jr. Learning Center
Programs at the Center include academic counseling, workshops, disability services, and peer tutors—all designed to help you achieve academic success.
A plagiarism detection tool, Turnitin effectively checks your written work against the prior work of other students.
- Ask Us
Need help with library resources? You can get live online assistance via Instant Messenger or send a text or email message for a quick response. (Live chat hours may vary Monday–Thursday.)
This free extension/plug-in is an easy-to-use tool that can help you collect, organize, and cite research sources. (For Mozilla Firefox users only.)
Are you new to the U.S. education system or considering studying abroad?
If so, we recommend these additional resources:
- International Student and Scholar Services
Miami's Office of International Education provides information about special programs and services for international students and those studying abroad.
- Plagiarism from a Cross-Cultural Perspective
This recent article from Al Jamiat deals with academic integrity issues from a cross-cultural perspective.