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Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that offers free licenses that provide a flexible range of protections and... see more

The goals for this tutorial are that students will use information in an ethical manner and will recognize the art of... see more

This interactive tutorial created by Vaughan Memorial Library at Acadia University (Nova Scotia, Canada) takes about 10... see more

CLIP, Cooperative Library Instruction Project, contains 30 Flash-based library instruction modules on various topics (as... see more

This is a free, online textbook that addresses intellectual property.  According to the author, "the first goal of the... see more

Brief plagiarism test in the form of a ten-question quiz and conclusions page, easily serving as a self-test for... see more

"This is a free, narrated interactive guide to help faculty determine the appropriate copyright guidelines they must... see more

Interactive tutorial on plagiarism

From the site: This presentation is aimed at providing faculty with an overview of the current state of Internet Paper... see more

A site dedicated to the detailed treatment of copyright (esp. Digital Millenium Copyright Act) and intellectual property... see more

UIPUI's tutorial module for using the World Wide Web.

The faculty website, Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism: Tips for Faculty, offers faculty some ideas on why it happens,... see more

This interactive quiz tests one knowledge about proper citing and paraphrasing.

A collection of podcasts about copyright rules and creative commons. "Answers your general legal questions about the laws... see more

This interactive tool lets you fill in only the information needed for the style citation you want, print or electronic... see more

"This tutorial was developed for the faculty, staff, and students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences... see more

"This document's purpose is to help faculty, students and staff make informed decisions before using materials in the... see more

Animated tutorial on plagarism for students.

A teaching quiz covering the evaluation of information sources, best citation practices, and copyright/fair use issues. 

This interactive tutorial allows one to assume the identity of four students who are faced with different problems... see more

LIS 1000, Introduction to Information Literacy, contains learning objectives, rubrics, lesson plans, and assessments... see more

This is a presentation that includes three modules: Module 1: Defining Correct Paraphrasing Module 2: Rules for Quoting,... see more

A collection of video tutorials on library research help

This lesson received an honorable mention in the 2010 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge. 'In this lesson, you will learn... What... see more