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Academic Integrity Workshops: Home

This guide accompanies the Academic Integrity Workshops in Newark


Dana Reference Desk


Open 7 days per week in spring and fall semesters, 6 days during the summer; hours at


Rutgers University Libraries Ask a Librarian Service (email)

Available 24/7; answers usually within 24-48 hours.


Rutgers University Libraries Ask a Librarian Live! (IM reference) 

Available when staffed; runs afternoons and evenings Monday through Thursday and Sunday evenings during the spring and fall semesters.  Hours at

Access to Library Resources

Mission and Goals



This class is designed to give students the tools they need to discover and document outside resources to academic standards.


Learning Goals


After this class, you will be able to:


     1. Find quality research resources from the Rutgers University Libraries.


     2. Document what you find as you go and prepare a preliminary bibliography (List of  Works Cited) in MLA format from database output or with the help of a citation manager.


     3. Take notes in a way that avoids plagiarism.


     4. Construct accurate in-text citations.

Plagiarism Tutorial

Camden Plagiarism Tutorial

This series of three short videos outlines what plagiarism is, some real-life examples, and practice in correct citation presented as a game show.

Physical Sciences Librarian

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Bonnie Fong
John Cotton Dana Library

185 University Ave

Newark, NJ 07102-1814

(973) 353-3811

Subject Librarian

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Roberta Tipton
Roberta L. Tipton
Business Librarian
Public Administration Librarian
Interim Nursing Librarian
The John Cotton Dana Library

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