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Support for FIGs and 360 Connections

For Mentors and Instructors

Introduction

360 Connection instructors and FIG mentors, thanks for thinking of the libraries!

We want to support your students by introducing them to library services.  You can:

  1. lead an introduction to the libraries yourself (See Welcome to the UT Libraries Video and Discussion) - this option is the most flexible,
  2. request a staff-led tour of PCL - this option has limited spots, or
  3. present information on plagiarism prevention to your 360 Connection or FIG yourself.

See more details on each option below.    

Welcome to the UT Libraries Video and Discussion

Introduce your FIG or 360 connection to the essentials of the UT Libraries by watching the welcome video above and discussing it with your group (see discussion questions below).

Tours of PCL

If you would like to tour one of the other libraries, contact that library directly: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/help/librarylist.html 

Plagiarism Prevention

Use the tutorial below, along with the presenter materials (this also includes a link to the tutorial) to introduce your FIG or 360 connection group to academic honesty.

Plagiarism Tutorial

Academic Integrity Module - This video explains what happens when you're accused of academic dishonesty at the University of Texas at Austin.

NoodleTools - NoodleTools helps you create a bibliography by taking care of punctuation, alphabetization and formatting.

Student Judicial Services - Student Judicial Services (SJS) promotes academic integrity and other appropriate standards of conduct for the University community.

University Writing Center - The University Writing Center (UWC) offers free, individualized, expert help with writing for any UT undergraduate, by appointment or on a drop-in basis.

About this Tutorial

Goals For This Tutorial

After completing this tutorial, you will be able to:

  • Define plagiarism
  • Determine what sources need to be cited in your writing
  • Paraphrase the words of others
  • Effectively incorporate quotations in your own writing
  • Describe other methods that can be used to avoid plagiarism

System Requirements

Credits

  • Instructional design/development: Matt Lisle, University of Texas Libraries
  • Instructional design: Michele Ostrow, University of Texas Libraries
  • Instructional design/content expert: Meghan Sitar, University of Texas Libraries

Recognized PRIMO project



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Assign a Plagiarism Test in Canvas

The University of Texas Libraries have created a test for this tutorial that can be embedded in Canvas.  There are two versions, one worth 5 points and one worth 10 points.  If would like a librarian to add the quiz to your UT course, contact Teaching & Learning Services.  

Canvas

Follow the steps below to import the test into your Canvas course:

  1. Download the test package to your computer
  2. Log in to your Canvas course and click “Settings” at the bottom of the left-hand column
  3. On the right-hand side of the page, click “Import Content Into Your Course.”
  4. Choose “QTI .zip file” from the “Content Type” dropdown menu. Click the “Choose” file button and locate the test package you saved in step 1 (plagiarism_test_5points.zip or plagiarism_test_10points.zip). You do not need to unzip the .zip file.  The file will queue for import and eventually display “Completed.”  Reload the page if you don’t see the “Completed” message.
  5. Click “Quizzes” on the left-hand course menu.  You should see “Plagiarism Quiz” listed under “Unpublished Quizzes.”
  6. Click the pencil icon to edit the settings or questions for the quiz. You may want to add instructions or a due date.  Be sure to click “Save” at the bottom of the “Settings” or “Questions” tab to finalize your changes.  Once your editing is complete, click “Publish” at the top of the page.  Once published, the quiz will display under Assignments and Quizzes in your course.
    • If you would like to change the point value of the question, select Settings and use the pencil icon to edit the points per question.
    • If you would like to change the point value of the entire quiz, select Graded Survey, under Quiz Type. Then change the Score to the number of points of your preference.

If you need assistance with Canvas, contact the University of Texas at Austin Center for Teaching and Learning staff.

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Librarian

Sarah Brandt
Contact:
512-495-4145

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