- "A set of dos and don'ts that are recommended by business and communication experts in response to the growing concern that people are not using their email effectively or appropriately." http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/print/pw/p_emailett.html from Purdue University.
- Another web site offering the top 10 tips for writing effective email.
- General tips and testing tips for ensuring academic honesty when using Desire2Learn. http://www.uwec.edu/help/Desire2Learn/deter.htm from LTS at UW-EC.
- Links to What is Plagiarism, Examples of Plagiarism, and numerous on-line sources for learning the proper way to cite sources. http://people.brandeis.edu/~teuber/usemacadpol.html from Brandeis University.
- A discussion guide presenting academic integrity issues from both the students' and the faculty's perspectives. Suggestions for how one should respond to incidences of dishonesty in the classroom are included. http://www.studentaffairs.cmu.edu/acad_integ/acad_index.htm from Carnegie Mellon University.
- A student guide, with examples, for how to write an effective research paper and avoid plagiarism. http://fdc.fullerton.edu/teaching/resources/Academic_Integrity/student_guide_to_avoiding_plagia.htm from California State University, Fullerton.
- A reference for Faculty including strategies for preventing and confronting academic dishonesty. http://fdc.fullerton.edu/teaching/resources/Academic_Integrity/reference_for_faculty__academic_.htm from California State University, Fullerton.