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WVU Libraries' Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial (eCampus)

WVU Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial (eCampus)

 This eCampus embedded Tutorial covers

  • how plagiarism is defined
  • why students may advertently and inadvertently plagiarize
  • possible penalties for plagiarism
  • how to use information ethically in research papers / projects;
  • and where to get help with researching and writing.

Students watch videos, read scripts, or listen to audio covering the Tutorial’s content. Students work through 5 modules, taking self-tests in order to progress from one module to the next.

After completing the last module, students take an exam on the Tutorial’s material. The exam’s grade is immediately entered into the eCampus gradebook. The final exam, consisting of 20 questions, randomly draws from a bank of 58 possible questions.

Students generally require about 1 hour of concentrated work time to complete the tutorial.


If you would like to add the Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial to your class, all you need to do is:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on the course that you want to add the Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial to.
  3. Click on the Request Content button.
  4. Check the box next to the sections you want to add it to and click Next.
  5. Click on Development System when it asks where your source content is located.
  6. Then click on Other.
  7. In the Name box, type “WVU Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial” and click Next.
  8. Then click Submit.

If you would like to review the Plagiarism Avoidance Tutorial before adding it to your current or future class, you can add it to the course shell of a non-current class using the process listed above.

Tutorial questions? Please email either Kelly Diamond ( or Jessica Tapia (

eCampus questions? Phone (304.293.4444 or 1.877.327.9260) or email ( the ITS HelpDesk.

Plagiarism Tutorial

Plagiarism Tutorial (Web-Based)

Welcome to WVU Libraries' web-based Plagiarism, an educational Web site designed to help you improve your plagiarism concept.

Sign in as a guest and take the quiz, or register your class to have quiz results sent to you. 

eCampus Plagiarism Resources

WVU eCampus Support (you must sign in with your WVU username and password: link goes to WVU ITS helpdesk.)

If you would like to add Turnitin to your eCampus course, please visit the link above.

WVU eCampus and Turnitin are managed by WVU ITS. WVU Libraries do not manage nor support Turnitin nor eCampus course shells.

Contact Kelly

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Kelly Diamond
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Room 104
Evansdale Library
Morgantown, WV 2505

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