Course Enhancement Grants encourage substantive collaborations between faculty and librarians to revise existing courses or design new courses incorporating research and information-literacy skills, using library collections and services, and integrating a librarian as a partner in the course. Faculty submit a short application. The Libraries typically award four to six grants of $750 annually. For more information, see our Course Enhancement Grants page.
Salisbury University is a federal and state repository for government documents.
Check out this guide for information on what we have and how to access government documents on the state, federal, and foreign/United Nations levels.
SU TurnItIn Plagiarism Prevention Service:
"The plagiarism prevention service provides a systematic approach to detecting plagiarism, especially the "cut and paste" method, by detecting unoriginal content. Through the electronic submission of papers, the service will generate an originality report comparing the paper with Internet resources, the academic scholarly databases of journal articles and periodicals as well as work submitted by other students across the country. In addition to acting as a plagiarism deterrent, it also has features designed to aid in educating students about plagiarism and importance of proper attribution of any borrowed content."
-- TurnItIn at SU for more Information and how to use it.
The SU Libraries several times a year recognize a faculty or staff member who partners with the Libraries to promote information literacy as our Information Literacy Partner of the Month. For more information, see our IL Partner page.