the educational technology journal

Vol 22|No 5|May 2013

Fighting Plagiarism

Ever since the Internet came along, teachers and librarians have been complaining that the incidence of plagiarism increased. For more than two decades now, students have taken advantage of electronic shovels to download the ideas and information of others, often pretending those ideas and words are their own. In this article, Jamie suggests strategies to combat this trend.

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