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Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
Plagiarism March 10 2010
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  • 1.  
  • 2. Plagiarism: Let’s Talk Dr. Richard G. Bush
  • 3. Plagiarism
    • Defined as the “reproduction or inclusion of another person’s creative work into one’s own work without providing proper attribution to the original author”
  • 4. Plagiarism
    • Most students understand “gross plagiarism”
    • A majority of students will admit to having plagiarized
    • Contributing factors:
      • Poor time management
      • Lack of academic preparation
      • Lack of research writing and citation skills
      • Information overload
    • Culture is not a factor
  • 5. Plagiarism
    • We have talked about…
  • 6. Plagiarism
  • 7. Plagiarism
  • 8. Plagiarism
  • 9. NOW WHAT?
    • After we review all the data and it still looks like plagiarism…
  • 10. Plagiarism
    • The first day of class
      • Reduce plagiarism by addressing the perceived tolerance for cheating…others have, I can too
      • Consistency in policing and addressing plagiarism…we can’t have different standards
      • Let the students know (and then use) you will be using Safeassignment
      • Adopt and stick with a writing standard (APA is what business schools use…require it)
  • 11. Plagiarism
    • Know the academic honor code and academic integrity policies of the university
    • Use technology to help you detect abuses
    • In your syllabus prescribe the actions and punishments if found in violation…and stick to them
    • If we are consistent students will perceive these policies as fair and reasonable
  • 12. Plagiarism
    • “… no form of dishonesty among its faculty or students will be tolerated.”
      • Including plagiarism, bribery, cheating, misrepresentation, conspiracy, etc.
    • Link to the Student Honor Code
  • 13. Questions and Discussion Thank you.

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