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Check Your Academic Integrity Knowledge
Sometimes, the easiest way to learn about something is to complete an activity about it. Here are a few great tutorials that focus on academic integrity, and will test your knowledge and provide you with some valuable information. These activities are not related to CCCOnline or your course, so feel free to take them as many times as you'd like to ensure you're an academic integrity pro.
Academic Integrity by CCCOnline
Academic Integrity Tutorial by CCCOnline
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Looking for more research help? Check out the CCCOnline Library Toolkit and Resource LibGuides:
Academic Integrity Toolkit
Academic integrity and honesty have always been important components to being a successful college student. However, today's online world has magnified the importance of acting with integrity and honesty in the college classroom. We offer you helpful information on just what academic integrity is and why it's important as well as information on how to avoid academic dishonesty and the pitfalls of plagiarism.
Looking for APA (American Psychological Association) guides? Look no further than CCCOnline's Toolkit here!
CCCOnline Library Resources
This guide has been created to help you walk through some of the most commonly-asked research and library questions.
Learn the nitty gritty details of citation with our step-by-step tutorial.
Evaluating Sources Toolkit
After you've located your sources, how can you tell which sources should be used in a given research paper or project? Find out in the CCCOnline Librarian's Evaluating Sources Toolkit.
CCCOnline's one-stop for all things Modern Language Association (MLA)
Online Reference Toolkit
From the CCCOnline Library.
Reading Scholarly Articles Toolkit
Discover strategies for reading and unpacking scholarly articles in your research.
On this page, you'll find links to information on how to become more information literate - you'll become familiar with knowing when you need information, how to find that information and what to do with the information once you've found it. Take some time to browse though the tabs above.
Here you'll find links to information on how to focus your topic, organize your paper, figure out the different types of essays, how to write more effective sentences and you'll find some grammar help as well.