Need help avoiding potential academic integrity violations? Want to learn more about academic integrity at RIT? Check out the resources listed below!
RIT's college librarians are available to meet with you one-on-one to help guide you through the research process and answer questions about plagiarism. Contact your college librarian to schedule an appointment, or stop by the Reference Desk during the posted hours to speak with the librarian on duty.
Learning Information Veracity @ RIT, more commonly known as LIV@RIT, is a series of online tutorials designed to help you learn information research best practices. This series includes modules on Plagiarism and Copyright and Citing Sources.
If you have questions about citation styles or format, check out the library's online Citation Style Guides. This site will help answer common citation questions for APA, IEEE, and MLA styles and provides a wide range of sample citations.
Professional and peer writing consultants are available through the University Writing Commons and Online Writing Lab to help you strengthen your writing and avoid plagiarism. Individual consultations are available by walk-in or appointment throughout the semester.