Richard A. Posner's The Little Book of Plagiarism (Random House, 2007) surveys the legal, ethical and practical issues involving "literary theft."
San Jose State Uni has produced a tutorial and quiz to discourage undergraduate plagiarism.
York University has designed an academic integrity tutorial that helps students understand "plagiarism and related matters with case examples and positive strategies."
This plagiarism tutorial developed by Duke University's Libraries includes sections on how and what to cite.
UCLA has launched an Online Information Literacy Tutorial that provides students with guidance in such matters as intellectual property, file sharing, documenting sources, and academic honesty.
Lewis & Clark College has prepared a tutorial on "Avoiding Plagiarism."
Dennis Jerz has made freely available an MLA Style bibliography generator.
Bibliography Builder generates bibliographical entries in either Chicago Manual of Style (Author-Date) or IEEE Style.
We've gathered together a number of resources to help faculty and students alike get their bearings on the subject in general and this resource site in particular.
We've produced a basic primer on academic honesty and plagiarism. This is a good place to begin to understand what exactly is meant by plagiarism and what kinds of practices, intentional or inadvertent, constitute it.