"Plagiarism. The act or an instance of copying or stealing another's words or ideas and attributing them as one's own." -- Blacks Law Dictionary, 7th ed. p 1170.
Clark College Resources
Other Resources and Tools
- Barrett, Ruth and Anna L. Cox. 'At Least They're Learning Something: The Hazy Line Between Collaboration and Collusion.”Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education. Apr 2005.Vol.30, Iss. 2; pg. 107.
- Center for Academic Integrity -- nice statistics
- Gladwell, Malcolm. "Something Borrowed; Annals of Culture." The New Yorker. Nov 22, 2004.Vol.80, Iss. 36; pg. 040
- Grassian, Esther. “Do They Really Do That?” Change. May/Jun 2004. Vol. 36, Iss. 3; p. 22.
- Hansen, Suzy. “Dear Plagiarists: You Get What You Pay For.” New York Times Book Review. Aug 22, 2004. (full text available in ProQuest)
- Harris, Robert. "Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers." Version date Nov.17, 2004. VirtualSalt.
- Hinman, Lawrence M. “How to Fight College Cheating.” The Washington Post. Sep 3, 2004. pg. A.19 (full text available in ProQuest)
- Kleiner and Lord. “The Cheating Game.” U.S. News & World Report. Nov 22, 1999.
- Sterngold, Arthur. “Confronting Plagiarism.” Change. May/Jun 2004. Vol.36, Iss. 3; pg. 16.
- Standler, Ronald B. "Plagiarism in Colleges in USA." (an attorney's view of the problem. Somewhat dated, but interesting.)
- Stone, Elizabeth. “For Plagiarists, No Veil Over Past Mistakes.”
The Chronicle of Higher Education. Jun 17, 2005.Vol.51, Iss. 41; pg. B.5 (full text available in ProQuest)
"...By simply having students show the development or thinking process that they went through -- or even an important piece of it, their ability to plagarize is significantly reduced, and we have successfully integrated information literacy to boot." -- Deb Gilchrist, Pierce College Dean of Library and Media Services, writing in response to a query about turnitin.com.
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