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Plagiarism Workshop by Penny Bealle

How Honest is Your Classroom?

Practical Ideas to Prevent Plagiarism

A workshop presented by

Penny Bealle, Eastern Campus Library, SCCC

for the

Eastern Suffolk BOCES School Library System
14 March 2013, 9:30 - 11:00 a.m.


 Thanks to: College Wide Academic Integrity Committee, SCCC


9:30  ......... What can I do for you today?

9:40  ......... Discussion with examples

10:00 ........ Hands-on activity

  • Dr. Cite Right
  • You Quote It, You Note It!
  • Colton-Pierrepont Central School Policies
  • Noodle Tools Express
  • HeLIOS - Hemingway Library Information Online Skills

10:30 ...... Reconvene to brainstorm

10:50 ...... Closure



Penny Bealle, MLS, PhD, is Professor of Library Services and coordinates library instruction at the Eastern Campus Library, Suffolk County Community College, Riverhead, NY.  She promotes infused library instruction as a means to enhance student outcome behaviors for critical thinking and synthesis skills.  She chairs the college-wide Academic Integrity Committee at SCCC.  She leads workshops for students and faculty on understanding plagiarism and documenting sources.

Prior to joining the library faculty at Suffolk she was the Collection Development Librarian at Adelphi University.  She holds an MLS from Queens College (2000) and a PhD in Art History from Cornell University (1990).



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