The latest from the blog
How Do I Cite My Own Ideas?
Help students understand how to emphasize their original thinking in their writing.
How Big of a Problem is Contract Cheating?
How big of a problem are contract cheating and ghost writing in academic contexts? Bigger than you might think.
Can I Re-use My Old Papers I've Already Written?
Explanation of the problems of self-plagiarism.
Policy, Practice and the Student Perspective
Tracey Bretag discusses the results of a project on identifying good academic practice in Australian universities.
Essays for sale:
Considering the possibility of making contract cheating illegal.
‘Text comparison software for students’: an educational development tool or quick ‘text checker’ –
Evaluating whether institutions should open up access to plagiarism detection services for students for formative learning purposes.
International postgraduate students’ experiences of plagiarism education in the UK:
Insight into how international, post-graduate students may understand plagiarism.
Why My Students Don't Plagiarise:
Techniques to make it difficult and unnecessary for students to plagiarize.
How plagiarism and academic literacy relate to student identity.
Streamlining Plagiarism Detection
Examining the issues of effectiveness and efficiency in plagiarism detection for electronic assessment management.
High school students’ understanding of e-plagiarism
How high school students in New Zealand understand plagiarism.
Good Images, Effective Message?
How to engage students to teach them the skills for sound academic practice.