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Plagiarism Resources

UGA

Center for Teaching and Learning - Academic Honesty Resources
Office of the Vice President for Instruction - Academic Honesty

 

Other Resources

The University of Georgia is a member of the Center for Academic Integrity (CAI). The CAI provides a forum to identify, affirm, and promote the values of academic integrity among students, faculty, teachers and administrators.

Harford Community College Resources for Faculty - provides tips to educate students and teachers about plagiarism, definitions and strategies for avoiding plagiarism. Also includes a list of paper dealers.

Cheating 101: Paper Mills and You - includes information on Internet specific paper mills and detecting plagiarism.

Cyberplagiarism Detection and Prevention - presents detection strategies and tools and signs to warn instructors about possible plagiarism. Professors can ceate plagiarism quizzes to test students' knowledge of plagiarism.

Honesty and Honor Codes - an article by Donald McCabe, Linda Klebe Trevino, and Franklin H. Cook presents ideas on the relevance of honor codes and the importance of making students aware of their existence. In Academe Online, an AAUP publication.

Plagiarism.org - Includes the fee-based plagiarism detection service Turnitin.com and Research Resources to help educators and students develop a better sense of what plagiarism means in the information age, and to teach the planning, organizational, and citation skills essential for producing quality writing and research.

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale - Statements on Plagiarism - provides link to statements on plagiarism from the American Historical Association and the Modern Language Association.

Talking about Plagiarism - site provides a description of suitable language which faculty can incudes in their syllabus to make students understand what plagiarism is and emphasize good writing skills. Thinking about plagiarism discusses alternatives to submitting papers to search engines.

 

Paper Mills

sites that include papers created for law school assignments

Direct Essays - over 17,000 essays dealing with the law

Essays Now - includes a "Law & Legal Studies Essays" section

School Sucks - includes essays in business law and international law

 

Sources

Patience Simonds, Plagiarism and Cyber-plagiarism, 64 College & Research Libraries News 385 (June 2003).
http://www.ala.org/acrl/publications/crlnews/2003/jun/plagiarismcyberplagiarism

Sharon Blackburn and Stephen Good, Cyberplagiarism and the Law Librarian, 8 Spectrum 6 (July 2004).
http://www.aallnet.org/products/pub_sp0407/pub_sp0407_ProDev.pdf