Faculty Resources to Avoid Plagiarism
WPA Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best
The Writing Program Administrators respond to the growing
concern about plagiarism in four ways:
by defining plagiarism;
by suggesting some of the causes of
by proposing a set of
responsibilities (for students, teachers, and administrators) to
address the problem of plagiarism;
and by recommending a set of
practices for teaching and learning that can significantly
the likelihood of plagiarism.
Faculty Preparation for
Preventing Plagiarism (.doc) by Christine Moore
Avoiding Plagiarism from
Catalyst (McGraw-Hill's online handbook)
a 21st Century Challenge
THE journal article discusses how students
plagiarize and suggests strategies to combat plagiarism.
Center for Academic
provides resources to
identify, affirm, and promote the values of academic integrity.
EVE2 Plagiarism Detection
A tool that allows professors and teachers at all levels of the
education system to determine if students have plagiarized material from
the World Wide Web. EVE2 accepts essays in plain text, Microsoft Word,
or Corel Word Perfect format and returns links to web pages from which a
student may have plagiarized.
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