A collaborative effort linking: The importance of developing accuracy and honesty in research skills within the high school student population Participation in both the development of the website and research techniques by teachers, graduate, undergraduate, and high school students in suburban and rural settings. Mike Boylan, Lore Mead, & Anthony Manniello
Highlights Interdisciplinary approach strengthens the development of ethical standards by: • Promoting student interest in research methodology for deeper learning. • Emphasizing the possible consequences of plagiarism and making real world connections. • Accuracy and excellence in writing and communication. Cartoon copied from The Plagiarism Handbook by Robert Harris. Available @ The University of Dayton Library http://academic.udayton.edu/elearning/onlineTraining/Plagiarism
Assessment • Pre-survey -Assessing students’ level of understanding of Plagiarism and research methodology up to this point. • Post-survey -Assessing the development of a deeper comprehension and ethical considerations of proper formatting of research projects • Presenting the results of comparisons of pre- and post-surveys with any additional feedback by all participants.