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.
The president of Central Connecticut State University has been accused of plagiarism.
According to the Daily Herald, several Chicago area high schools have subscribed to Turnitin: the article provides a brief history of the online detection service.
University of Arizona combines Turnitin and information literacy initiatives to reduce student plagiarism.
The Christian Science Monitor reviews in brief the options available to counter student plagiarism: detection, ethics, and re-designing assignments.
Lewis & Clark College has prepared a tutorial on "Avoiding Plagiarism."