General Resources on Plagiarism
- From University of Oxford
- From University of Leeds, [email protected] Library
- From University of Bristol, Library
- From University of Cambridge
Further links to Plagiarism
In this Chronicle of Higher Education blog post, Ohio State English professor Frank Donoghue laments how easy it is for students to plagiarize. Google and Wikipedia provide access to free term papers, and there is even a YouTube video on “How to Beat Turnitin.”
From the Council of Writing Program Administrators.
Miguel Roig of St. John’s University offers this “guide to ethical writing.”
An website dedicated to preventing plagiarism. Defines types of plagiarism and includes tips on how to prevent it.
In this Chronicle of Higher Education arcticle, Rob Jenkins from Georgia Perimeter College shares some practical ideas for dealing with plagiarism.
Tips for students from the Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL).
A website designed to help students check their papers for grammatical errors and plagiarism. Teachers could use it to check student papers, too!
General Resources on Copyrights
- Form John Hopkins, Sheridan Libraries & University Museums
- From Know Your Copy Rights, Resources for Teaching Faculty
- From University of Vermont, Center for Teaching & Learning
- From University of Wollongong, Australia
Further links to Copyrights
American University Library – 2010. The text here serves as a guideline and is not intended as legal advice. Refer to appropriate copyright law and University policies for full information.
Teaching Copyright will require your students to think about the role in the online world and provide them with the legal framework they need to make informed choices about their online behavior. At this link, resources on Teaching Copyright Handouts and Support Documents, Books, Articles, Organizations, Blogs, Copyright & Fair Use Legal Cases, P2P, Copyright & Fair Use, Public Domain etc. will be found.
Frantsvog, D. A., J.D. (2012). All Rights Reversed: A study of Copyleft, Open – Source, And Open – Content Licensing, Contemporary Issues In Education research, 5, 15 – 22.