This resource supports tutors who offer guidance to students regarding good academic practice that they can apply to their reading and writing whilst avoiding plagiarism. Included within this resource are the following:
- Guidance in the form of a guide for tutors on introducing good academic practice related to avoiding plagiarism;
- Online materials (Sway presentations and quizzes) that can be shared directly with students; and
- Worksheets that can be shared with students.
The central aim of the resource is to provide a convenient place for tutors to turn to for support and guidance that equips them with practical workshop ideas as well as interactive materials to share with their students.
Dr Leila Griffiths
Dr Leila Griffiths is a Study Adviser (Welsh medium specialism) at the Study Skills Centre at Bangor University. She has been working as part of a team that aims to help undergraduates and postgraduates develop the strategies and processes that will help them get the most out of their studies. Leila has experience of working closely with academic schools to support and complement subject-specific provision within the disciplines, and to disseminate good practice. Her experience of working with schools to develop the curriculum and of developing a skills module for the Coleg Cymraeg has recently been published here.
In addition to the provision within academic schools, the Centre also provides individual face-to-face (usually), telephone or Teams appointments, maths and statistics support, as well as generic workshops and online study guides for students at all levels of study.