Using Evidence and Academic Integrity

The video presentation for this session guides you though what you need to think about when using evidence in your written work as well as highlighting the importance of academic integrity. A model outlining the main ways to present evidence is available for download in the Resources section. In addition to this, some weblinks to other useful information are also provided, including a link to connect you with the Griffith University Academic Integrity Tutorial as well as links to the Griffith Health Writing and Referencing Guide which provides advice on the different ways to use evidence as well as an e-tutorial on tips to help you paraphrase.

Resources

Below is a model outlining the main ways showcased in the video to use evidence in your academic writing.

Griffith University - EnglishHELP Self-Help Resources
Griffith University - English Language Support
James Cook University - Develop Your English
RMIT Learning Lab - Academic Word List Tool
University of Adelaide - English as a Second Language Learning Resources
Curtin University Learning Centre - Better Grammar
Curtin University Learning Centre - Better Sentences
University of Technology Sydney - Grammar
La Trobe - Achieve@Uni - Language
Grammarly
Manchester Academic Phrasebank
BBC - Learning English