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In a time when information is instantly available and content creation is a few clicks away, academic integrity can easily become a grey area for students. Explicitly teaching skills and concepts associated with academic integrity and providing feedback throughout the research and writing process can build a culture of academic honesty in classrooms. The resources found here—which can be used as a cohesive unit or incorporated into your existing curriculum—are designed to provide teachers and students with a formative approach to maintaining academic integrity and addressing plagiarism meaningfully when it occurs.