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The Plagiarism Blog

Keeping Current on Plagiarism, Cheating & Academic Integrity by Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian, Eastern Connecticut State University

Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers from The Plagiarism Handbook by Robert Harris, Pyrczak Publishing.

Get the book! "Robert Harris has written The Plagiarism Handbook for Pyrczak Publishing of Los Angeles. The book includes chapters on educating yourself about plagiarism, educating your students about plagiarism, constructing assignments to prevent plagiarism, strategies for detecting plagiarism, strategies for dealing with plagiarism, and administrative and institutional issues relating to plagiarism. Also included are seven appendices, including example definitions and policies, examples of proper and improper use of sources, useful Web links, an annotated list of paper mill sites, and a number of search tools to help find plagiarized papers on the Web. The book is illustrated with two dozen cartoons suitable for use in teaching. For more information, or to order, visit AntiPlagiarism.com."

Plagiarism, Copyright and Citation Styles
An excellent tutorial for students from Penn State's Eichel Library

Using Sources from the Hamilton College Writing Center
See the section on Collaborative Work/Acknowledging Help.

CBB Plagiarism Resource Site: "Colby, Bates, and Bowdoin are jointly developing this site as part of an instruction program to discourage the occurrences of plagiarism.

Intended to serve as a clearinghouse for information on plagiarism, this site is especially concerned with news and developments that relate to undergraduate teaching and learning."

The blog posts marked with a bullet are feeds directly from their weblog!


I'm Susan Herzog, Information Literacy Librarian at Eastern Connecticut State University. I'm starting this blog as part of my presentation, Helping Students Avoid the Plagiarism Speed Traps on the Information Super Highway, at the 2004 Teaching Academic Survival Skills Conference.

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