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Stony Brook University

Academic Integrity

Resources and strategies

Articles on academic integrity

Germek, G. P. (2009). "Imagine No Possession: Librarians, the Net-Generation Student, and the Imminent Victory of Plagiarism." College & Undergraduate Libraries 16: 338-357.         

Haycock, K. (2007). "Collaboration: Critical success factors for student learning." School Libraries Worldwide 13(1): 25-35.           

Lampert, L. D. (2004). "Integrating discipline-based anti-plagiarism instruction into the information literacy curriculum." Reference Services Review 32(4): 347-355.          

Lehman, K. (2010). "Stemming the Tide of Plagiarism: One educator's view." Library Media Connection October 44-46.           

Oldham, B. W., Skorina, D. (2009). "Librarians and Instructional Technologies Collaborate." C&RL News 70(11): 634-637.           

Sciammarella, S. (2009). "Making a Difference: Library and Teaching Faculty Working Together to Develop Strategies in Dealing with Student Plagiarism." Community & Junior College Libraries 15: 23-34.           

Snyder Broussard, M. J., Urick Oberlin, J. (2011). "Using Online Games to Fight Plagiarism: A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down." Indiana Libraries 30(1): 28-39.          

Williamson, K., Archibald, A., McGregor, J. (2010). "Shared Vision: A Key to Successful Collaboration?" School Libraries Worldwide 16(2): 16-30.