Undergraduate

This module will focus on assessing, examining, and evaluating the uses of information, including where you can find the information and how to be critical of the information.

This module will focus on how to understand, navigate, and contextualize the information you are encountering, especially online.

This module will define, identify & explain information overload.

This is the final module in the Academic Integrity for STEM Students series.
This lesson explores factors that can lead to academic misconduct and shares strategies that will help you to uphold academic integrity.

This is the fifth module in the Academic Integrity for STEM Students series.
This lesson explores how to appropriately incorporate outside sources, including when and how to add citations to your work.

This is the fourth module in the Academic Integrity for STEM Students series.
This lesson goes over how to work with information appropriately, including how to evaluate sources, the importance of citing, and considerations for working with course materials.

This is the third module in the Academic Integrity for STEM Students series.
This lesson explains how to maintain academic integrity when working with others.

This is the second module in the Academic Integrity for STEM Students series.
This lesson covers how to appropriately obtain help and use aids for course assessments.

This is the first module in the Academic Integrity for STEM Students series.
This lesson describes the six fundamental values of academic integrity and shares strategies you can use to maintain academic integrity.

Integrated lessons on formatting, style, in-text citation, and reference list citation in Chicago Style (17th Edition).