Companion Resources for the Lilly Teaching Seminar “MSU’s Changing Classroom: Challenges and Best Practices for the Academic Success of International Students”

MSU's Changing Classroom: Challenges and Best Practices for the Academic Success of International Students

 

MSU Resources

 

Plagiarism and Academic Integrity

 

Other Websites

  • Pedagogy, not Policing: Positive Approaches to Academic Integrity at the University (Syracuse University) http://graduateschool.syr.edu/programs/graduate-school-press/pedagogy-not-policing-toc/
  • Guide to Advising International Students about Academic Integrity (The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal) http://dus.psu.edu/mentor/2012/03/guide-to-advising-international-students-about-academic-integrity/
  • Collaboration or Plagiarism? Explaining Collaborative-Based Assignments Clearly (POD Network News) http://podnetwork.org/content/uploads/V19-N1-Cooper.pdf
  • Internationalizing the Curriculum (Center for Research on Teaching and Learning, University of Michigan) http://www.crlt.umich.edu/internationalization
  • “Chinese Students in USA: All About Chinese Students Studying in the USA” https://chinesestudentsinusa.wordpress.com/
  • Peer Reviewed Articles on Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
    • Click, A. (2012). Issues of plagiarism and academic integrity for second-language students. MELA Notes, 85, 44-53.
    • Fass-Holmes, B. & Vaughn, A. A. (2014). Are international undergraduates struggling academically? Journal of International Students, 4(1), 60-73.
    • Lin, S. & Scherz, S. D. (2014). Challenges facing Asian international graduate students in the US: Pedagogical considerations in higher education. Journal of International Students, 4(1), 16-33.
    • Neuby, B. L. (2012). Chinese student success in an applied academic environment. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 18(4), 683-693.
    • Roy, S. R. (2013). Educating Chinese, Japanese, and Korean international students: Recommendations to American Professors. Journal of International Studies, 3(1), 10-16.
    • Zimerman, M. (2012). Plagiarism and international students in academic libraries. New World Library, 113(5/6), 290-299.

 

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