Resources on Plagiarism
Sites of particular interest to students:
Citation Styles: MLA
Citation Styles: APA
Evaluating Internet Sources:
Sites of particular interest to faculty:
- Cheating, plagiarism (and other questionable practices), the Internet and other electronic resources
- Kibler, W. L., Nuss, E. M., Paterson, B. G., & Pavela, G. (1988). Academic integrity and student development. Asheville, NC: College Administration.
- “The Plagiarism Handbook: Strategies for Preventing, Detecting, and Dealing with Plagiarism” Book by Robert A. Harris
- Numerous articles on Plagiarism, copyright and intellectual freedom, for instructors, students, case studies, detection tools, and example of paper sites
- “Using Sources Effectively” Book by Robert A. Harris
- The Ultimate Plagiarism Resource: Detecting Plagiarism & Preventing It
Reactive Approaches: What to do when you suspect plagiarism
Software for plagiarism detection
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