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Plagiarism and the Web     View
Practical advice for detecting plagiarism, teaching students why it is wrong, and developing assignments that discourage the use of stolen words. Includes links to well-known "paper mills" and to related resources. From Bruce Leland, Profes ...

Copyscape     View
Provides a search engine to discover if the content on your webpage has been plagiarized. Allows you to "search for copies of your page on the web."

FairShare     View
Using this tool, bloggers and other creators can mark how their content can be shared and see how others are using it.

Synthesis: Using the Work of Others     View
This tutorial explains plagiarism and its consequences and describes techniques for taking notes and quoting sources to avoid plagiarism. Includes a section on copyright, information about citing Web sources, and plagiarism and copyright infringement ...

Plagiarism     View
An annotated directory of articles, case studies, examples of paper mills, plagiarism detection tools, essays on ethics and copyright, and related links. Includes resources directed specifically at instructors and students. By librarian Sharon Stoerg ...

Plagiarism Workshop     View
This lesson plan is designed as an interdisciplinary one-hour workshop to provide high school students "an introduction to the issue of plagiarism, an overview of copyright laws and fair use provisions, and a demonstration of techniques to avoid ...

Introduction to Documentation Styles - The Writing Center @ The University of Wisconsin - Madison     View
Visit this spot to find help on specific areas of reference citation in APA, MLA or Turabian format. The very clear organization will help you navigate this complicated area quickly. Provided by the University of Wisconsin Writing Center.

The Ethical Researcher: Goals of an Ethics Policy     View
This site presents academic integrity and plagiarism policies for educational institutions, and a collection of links to material about honor codes. Topics include the principles underlying the policy, what responsibilities are required, and the rela ...

MLA Style     View
This site explains how to cite print, online, and interview sources used in research. Available in separate versions for elementary and secondary students, the site also explains plagiarism and why it is necessary to cite all sources used. Features a ...     View
Official site for Malcolm Gladwell, staff writer for the New Yorker magazine and author of "The Tipping Point" and "Blink." Features an archive of his articles going back to 1996, on topics such as plagiarism, personality tests, s ...




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