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An Active Introduction to Academic Misconduct & the Measured Demographics of Misconduct
Unoriginal writing may be linked to attrition among first year students.
A Phenomenographic research project looking at HE Lecturers’ views on the plagiarism detection system Turnitin
Taking a phenomenographic approach to understand higher education instructors' perspectives on Turnitin.
A roll-out of the JISC plagiarism detection service with biological sciences students
Report on the roll-out of the JISC plagiarism detection service with biological sciences students.
Students as consumers:
How students are participating in contract cheating market.
European Responses to Student Plagiarism in Higher Education
The results of the European Commission's project assessing the impact of plagiarism policies in higher education.
Assessing maturity of institutional policies for underpinning academic integrity
How the Academic Integrity Maturity Model might be applied for institutional use.
The results of University of Oxford's SIPA project review of Turnitin.
Plagiarism as an epistemological obstacle:
The possible challenges immigrating graduate students from China might encounter in understanding plagiarism, citation, and research practices.
Bob Dylan, Creativity and Plagiarism
Using Bob Dylan to think in different ways about plagiarism.