Category Archive: Academic Integrity

Posts on teaching citation and other methods for preserving academic integrity.

Teaching Citation: APA Titles

In part 4 of the Teaching Citation posts, we discussed one of the aspects of APA that students find most … Read on

Better Distinction than “Theirs” and “Mine”

This audio is from a lecture I’ve recorded for the online class I announced earlier, Research Writing for International Students. … Read on

Crosswords for Information Gaps and Scalability

I first started creating my own crossword puzzles for students when I noticed one day that my class of beginning … Read on

Teaching Signal Phrases (2/2)

In another post, I mention that it’s a good idea to help students notice signal phrases in authentic sources. Of … Read on

Teaching Signal Phrases (1/2)

In the third post on teaching citation, I mention signal phrases. Signal phrases don’t usually pose many problems for native-speakers, … Read on

Teaching Citation (Part 4/4)

In part 1, we talked about the principles of citation, in part 2, the differences in manuscript styles between APA … Read on

Teaching Citation (Part 3/4)

In part 1 we talked about the principles of citation, and in part 2, the differences in manuscript styles between … Read on

Teaching Citation (Part 2/4)

As promised in the first part of this series, this is the second part of my presentation that introduces the … Read on

Teaching Citation (Part 1/4)

This presentation excerpt is for teachers, but it shows the first part of the PowerPoint I use on the day … Read on

Advanced Writing Course Online

This spring, the Department of English at my home university, the University of Idaho will bring back my English 404-02 … Read on