Academic Integrity for Undergraduates
Practicing academic integrity means giving credit to the ideas of other scholars when you use their ideas in your own work. There are many ways to show your reader when you are building on another scholar's idea. Review the tutorials below to expand your understanding of academic integrity, citation practices, and APA style! These tutorials are interactive, and as you participate, the tutorials will guide you toward even more resources for expanding your knowledge. The content on this page was created in collaboration with the College of Undergraduate Studies, but anyone new to APA should find it useful.
Module 1 introduces foundational concepts of good scholarship, such as writing from research. You will review Walden's policies on plagiarism and APA style, in addition to learning more about the resources at the Walden Library.
Module 2 introduces the basics of in-text citations for direct quotations and paraphrase. You will practice identifying correct APA style and review the reasons citing correctly is essential to good scholarship.
Module 3 covers APA style rules for reference lists. You will review common reference list examples and practice identifying formatting errors.
Want to test your knowledge? Take our quiz that covers the material in these modules!
More Academic Integrity Resources
To learn more about academic integrity and how to maintain it as a student, look over other resources that are available to students by clicking here.