An outline is a formal system used to organize your paper into a logical structure and flow. An outline will help you keep track of your information and resources you will use in your paper.
Here's how to create an outline:
Plagiarism is defined in the Fontbonne Student Handbook as “using another writer’s ideas or expressions without adequate acknowledgment.” The handbook also states that “there is no more important value than academic honesty, which requires that words and ideas scholars present as their own are truly their own.” In accordance with the policies of the Department of English and Communication, any plagiarized writing will fail. Some instructors may have stronger penalties, including failing the course.
Our hope is that no Fontbonne student would ever consider turning in a plagiarized essay. On the rare occasions when a student commits plagiarism, it strikes at the heart of the educational process. It interferes with the instructor’s efforts, undermines the quality of the college environment, and places other students at a disadvantage. It violates the trust that unites the college community. Plagiarism is an offense that all of the faculty, staff, and students at Fontbonne should take very seriously.
In Fontbonne University courses, a student has committed plagiarism if any of the following conditions apply:
Located on the upper level Taylor Library, the Kinkel Center for Academic Resources offers academic support for all Fontbonne students.
Assistance in English, writing, and math and statistics is available at no cost.
Computerized tutorials provide self-paced instruction in a wide variety of subjects, including anatomy, sign language, and resume writing. Visit their website or call (314) 889-4571 to learn more, to schedule tutoring, or to make arrangements for a test proctor.