The Writing Center

Joan Rosen Writing Studio
212 Kresge Library
100 Library Drive
Rochester , MI 48309-4479
(location map)
(248) 370-3120
https://oakland-edu.zoom.us/j/8471579056
ouwc@oakland.edu

Winter 2021 Hours
Mon-Thurs 9:00 AM-9:00 PM; Fri 9:00 AM-5PM; Sun variable, all via https://oakland.mywconline.com


Anton/Frankel Center

20 South Main Street
Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Cite Right Program

What is Cite Right?

As part of a sanction for academic dishonesty—whether intentional or unintentional—students who have plagiarized must attend a short seminar at the Oakland University Writing Center (OUWC) known as "Cite Right” through which they dialogue with a writing consultant about the ethical, academic, and technical aspects of plagiarism.

The program aims to empower students with a knowledge of appropriate documentation and fair use to avoid and combat plagiarism. It is this goal that directs the structure of the program and the dialogue between student and tutor.

How do students get started?

If you have been referred to the writing center by the Dean of Students' Office, please do the following:
  1. Contact the writing center to schedule your first appointment. Please see the Cite Right Program Introduction for details about how to schedule your first appointment and access our services while we are remote.
  2. Complete Kresge Library's Plagiarism Tutorial. Print the certificate at the end of the program, and bring it with you to the first appointment.
  3. Complete the Cite Right Admission Questionnaire before your first appointment.
  4. Log into your first appointment on time, and be ready to discuss the effects of plagiarism on your academic career. 
What happens during the program?

The program consists of six 60-minute sessions with outside homework and one final 120-minute session. For specific information about each session and what to expect, please examine the following documents: