Joining the Conversation: Scholarly Research and Academic Integrity
The Scholarly Research and Academic Integrity Tutorial
Note: The tutorial is currently unavailable while we make updates. It will be released August 28, 2013.
This online tutorial covers important research skills and discusses the importance of research ethics. It is required of all first-year and transfer students and must be completed by Friday, October 4, 2013, prior to pre-registration for Spring. The tutorial is a collaborative project of students, faculty and staff from the Georgetown University Library, the Honor Council, the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS), the Registrar’s Office, University Information Services (UIS), the Writing Center and each of the undergraduate schools.
Covers important research skills such as:
- When and how to use the Web for research;
- Differences between the Web and online library resources;
- How to find scholarly books and articles;
- Where to go for help.
Discusses the importance of research ethics:
- How and why to keep track of sources;
- Why it's important to credit your sources;
- How to work in groups and share materials ethically.
First-year and transfer students: Log in to MyAccess with your Georgetown University NetID and password and click on the tutorial.
Faculty may access the tutorial in Faculty Access+.
Visitors may review the tutorial in Guest Mode. This mode will not record your results.
Need a refresher? The tip sheet lists key points from the tutorial.
Library Research Instruction Coordinator