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Academic Integrity: Avoiding Plagiarism and Understanding Research Ethics: Home

This guide contains slides and information corresponding with the Academic Integrity @ Pitt: Workshops for International Graduate Students series.


This guide includes information about Academic Integrity @ Pitt, specifically for international graduate students. Here you will find the interactive videos and PowerPoint presentations from our workshop series.

These efforts are a partnership between The University Library System (ULS), The Office of International Services (OIS), the Writing Center, and the Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing (OSCP). Please contact us at the below links if you have any questions.

University Library System (ULS)

The ULS includes 7 libraries in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, as well as 4 libraries at our branch campuses in Bradford, Greensburg, Johnstown, and Titusville. As a Pitt student, you have access to all libraries, so feel free to study in the ones that are most convenient for you. In the Fall and Spring semesters, Hillman Library is open for 24 hours a day from Sunday-Friday.

For more information:

Office of International Services (OIS)

The Writing Center




Organizing your research and putting your ideas down on paper can be difficult.  You can get writing help at the Writing Center, including one-on-one tutoring appointments.

Office of Scholarly Communication and Publishing (OSCP)

Find out more about scholarly communication and publishing and what the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh, is doing to foster and support new modes of publishing and information-sharing among researchers, at Pitt and internationally.