Modelling to Motivate and Uphold Academic Integrity
This teaching tip was prepared by Conestoga College’s Library Services department.
To ensure fairness and honesty in course work and all communication, Conestoga students, staff, and faculty are required to cite and reference all research. While some programs use specific citing and referencing style guides, most programs use the APA @ Conestoga style.
How can Modelling APA @ Conestoga in Course Content Help Students?
Faculty are important mentors for students. When faculty model proper citing and referencing in course content, students can become more knowledgeable about how the system works, more accepting of its importance, and more motivated to use it (Gray & Jordan, 2012, p. 307).
How to Cite and Reference Different Types of Research in PowerPoint
Writing Services has developed a PowerPoint template with examples and templates for citing quotations, paraphrases, bulleted lists, images, and videos. Download this resource on the APA @ Conestoga resources and templates page.
Want to Learn More about Citing and Referencing?
You may also wish to watch and share our “avoiding plagiarism” videos with your students:
- Overview of APA @ Conestoga
- Importance of citing and referencing
- How to cite
- How to reference
- Quoting and paraphrasing
Gray, P. W. & Jordan, S. R. (2012). Supervisors and academic integrity: Supervisors as exemplars and mentors. Journal of Academic Ethics, 10, 299-311. https://doi:10.1007/s10805-012-9155-6