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Academic Integrity Resources
“A university is a living organism. Its role is not just to transfer knowledge to the younger generation but to also be at the forefront of knowledge creation and innovation so as to expand our collective knowledge as a society and make the world a better place.”
[Professor Bertil Andersson, President, NTU]
The Handbook includes sections on quoting, paraphrasing, referencing, plagairism, Turnitin, research integrity, copyright and resources. It's in 2 versions:
Academic Integrity Handbook (mobile friendly)
PDF version (74 pages, 3.2 MB)
All undergraduate students are required to complete the online course HY0001 Ethics and Moral Reasoning, which includes lessons on Academic Integrity.
HY0001 Course Information
3. Library Workshops
NTU Library holds workshops on academic writing and citation management tools from time to time.
External Citation and Referencing Resources
OWL Online Writing Lab is an excellent resource from Purdue University. In particular, don't miss:
Citation guides (University of Melbourne)
Citation Styles: Handbooks, Resources, and Guides (Cornell University)
Citation / Style Guides (University of Waterloo)
Citation management software helps you to keep track of citations and references used in your papers, and produce properly formatted reference lists. The following ones are free.
Zotero (browser plugin)
Mendeley (browser and download) for managing citations
EndNote (free for NTU students)
Turnitin is a text-matching system which is a useful tool for reducing plagiarism, both for students and faculty.
Turnitin Overview (by NTU CITS)