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The Plagiarism Blog

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

Plagiarism persists in classrooms
By Kate York
The Marietta Times
Wednesday, March 22, 2006

"As local educators use new techniques to spot plagiarism, a case at Ohio University shows that the Internet isn’t the only way today’s students are passing off the work of others as their own."

Plagiarism: An erosion of ethics PDF Print E-mail
Written by Emma Schmautz/Montana Kaimin
Tuesday, 07 March 2006
Editor’s Note: the name of the student referred to as “Allie” in this story was changed to protect her identity.

"Allie was scanning the rows of students in the large lecture class she monitors when a disturbing sight caught her eye.

One of the quiz-takers was copying the answers off of another student’s paper."

Plagiarism 'rife' at Oxford

Alexandra Smith
Wednesday March 15, 2006


"Plagiarism could threaten the value of a degree from Oxford University as students increasingly copy large slabs of work from the internet and submit it as their own, the university has warned.

The university has for the first time admitted plagiarism is plaguing the institution, prompting Oxford's senior proctor and chief disciplinary officer, Alan Grafen, to highlight the problem in Oxford Magazine, the dons' journal."

BBC NEWS | UK | Education |

Oxford dons alerted to plagiarism

"Dons at Oxford University are being urged to be vigilant against plagiarism among students."