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Academic Integrity Office tips

Monthly academic integrity tips and memes for students. Please visit the Academic Integrity Office website and the Fulton Schools Resources page for links to the Fulton Schools Tutoring Center and numerous other student resources.

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Academic Integrity Tips for Students

Academic Integrity Office Tips for Students: Examinations

No matter how much you prepare, it is inevitable that you will feel a bit more stressed than usual when preparing to take a mid-term or final exam. While some stress can be beneficial, you need to work toward minimizing high levels of stress that will have a negative impact on your performance, and on…

Academic Integrity Tips for Students

Academic Integrity Office Tips for Students: Group Projects

Group projects can be a fun and challenging way to learn new material and complete a shared assignment. However, it’s never fun being in a group that gets flagged for plagiarism. Here are a few ideas for ways to approach a group project and avoid academic integrity issues. For more information, check out the Academic Integrity…

Academic Integrity Tips for Students

Academic Integrity Office Tips for Students: Shortcuts

When times start to get tough during the semester, it is important to remind yourself that there are no shortcuts to success. It takes dedication and commitment to study hard every day to learn your course material. When we allow ourselves to take shortcuts, we only set ourselves up for even more challenges in the…

Academic Integrity Tips for Students

Academic Integrity Office Tips for Students: Procrastination

Procrastination is one of the leading causes of academic integrity violations in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. When you put things off and don’t properly plan ahead, you run the risk of getting into a very high-stress situation. High-stress situations leave us vulnerable and often result in the student rationalizing a bad decision…