Student plagiarism resources


Here.Many thanks to Bernie Sloan for bringing up the topic of plagiarism at
this beginning of a new academic year. >

I have posted about plagiarism resource listings to email discussion
groups and this post may be of interest to those who are concerned that
is again time for teachers to be aware of this potential amongst their

[SPORTHIST] RESOURCES: Student Plagiarism at College 002-04/00016.html>

There is also this title to be considered:

AUTHOR: Anderson, Judy, 1946-
TITLE: Plagiarism, copyright violation, and other thefts of
intellectual property : an annotated bibliography with a
lengthy introduction / by Judy Anderson.
PUBLISHED: Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., c1998.

This brief webliography of writer’s guides may also be of interest:

Writer’s Guides>

There is also a lively thread in the CNI-Copyright discussion group
archives that is mixed in with other unrelated topics about some of the
professional issues having to do with copyright that are factors in
methods used to search for plagiarism and enforce anti-plagiarism codes.

CNI-COPYRIGHT Index hread.html>
violating copyright in order to attack plagiarism?

Another source of good links regarding plagiarism may be found here:

Website Sources that are Used for Plagiarism l>

Plagiarism in Colleges in USA>

A System for Detecting Software Plagiarism>

Preventing Cyber-Plagiarism (Penn State)>

Avoiding plagiarism : mastering the art of scholarship>

David Dillard
Temple University> >”