Mendeley Use Manual
Mendeley is a software to automatically create in-text references and generate bibliography from the sources while working on a paper. Mendeley also allows for easier management of bibliography references. Software user can create a virtual library to manage references and afterwards, while working on paper, choose preferred citation style and referencing. These programs are widely used particularly at a stage when students have to submit their final work / diploma project. European partners recommend use of such programs for plagiarism prevention.


Student Support Services
Recommendations on student support services have been produced as part of the project. These services refer to additional activities aimed to improve learning outcomes. The document offers description of practices of the project’s European partners as well as recommendations pinpointing specific structural units meant as service providers. These services will allow students to improve/deepen their knowledge on those support means and resources intended for plagiarism prevention.


Academic Writing Course Structure
These recommendations have been produced by University of Roehampton, one of the European partners, as part of the project. The given document details full range of issues which need to be covered by the writing course both in terms of topics and activities. Special focus is made on essence, significance and objectives of academic writing course in general as well as on skills which students have to improve and develop. Usually, academic writing course is student’s first opportunity to get detailed instruction on academic integrity principles.


Fundamentals of Academic Work – A Practical Guide
As part of the project, Ilia State University’s Centre for Academic Writing has produced Fundamentals of Academic Work – A Practical Guide for students. The textbook incorporates experience accrued through teaching of academic writing as well as classic and modern materials and both Georgian and international theoretical knowledge, accompanied by numerous and diverse exercises compiled by the authors themselves. The textbook consists of 10 chapters with each chapter covering one big topic, which in turn is divided into smaller themes. Each chapter offers versatile theoretical background, compiled as a result of processing Georgian and foreign sources together with multiple examples and exercises of different formats (e.g. to work individually, in pairs on in groups) for both classwork and homework or for going-over study material. Teacher and student are given systematic opportunity for practical application of read and understood materials. The textbook will help students to familiarize with sufficiently comprehensive readings on a specific topic in one space; read and be prepared for the next lecture; understand theoretical material and use it classroom activities offered by teacher.


Experience of Uppsala University (Sweden)
The document provides experience of Uppsala University in regard to protecting academic integrity principles. In particular, the document informs on practice of teaching of academic writing, means to raise awareness on plagiarism as well as student support academic services and technological tools used in the university to detect non-original works. Uppsala University was founded in the 15th century and remains as one of the top universities among Scandinavian countries.


Experience of University of Roehampton (UK)
The document provides experience of University of Roehampton in regard to protecting academic integrity principles. In particular, the document informs on practice of teaching of academic writing, means to raise awareness on plagiarism as well as student support academic services and technological tools used in the university to detect non-original texts. University of Roehampton’s School of Education trains teachers from 144 countries across the world and their experience in regard to protecting academic integrity principles and teaching is important.


Experience of University of Vienna (Austria)
The document provides experience of University of Vienna in regard to protecting academic integrity principles. In particular, the document informs on practice of teaching of academic writing, means to raise awareness on plagiarism as well as student support academic services and technological tools used in the university to detect non-original works. University of Vienna was founded in the 14th century and is the oldest university among German-speaking countries, having a strong tradition of both teaching and research.


Experience of Dublin City University (Ireland)
The document provides experience of Dublin City University in regard to protecting academic integrity principles. In particular, the document informs on practice of teaching of academic writing, means to raise awareness on plagiarism as well as student support academic services and technological tools used in the university to detect non-original works. Dublin City University is focused on integrating Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in education and it offers a unique experience in this regard.