Wendy Austin has put together for her school, but for anyone else who wants to use it, an "Anti-Plagiarism Handbook" web site. It explains plagiarism, provides help, and quick reference charts to find out how to cite things.
In the "The End Matter," Louise Menard reflects on technology's transformation of citation. (Thanks to Bryan Alexander)
The Vancouver Sun reports that a student at McGill has challenged the legality of a course requirement that he have his paper vetted by Turnitin.com. (Thanks to Chris Anson and Nick Carbone)
Nick Carbone provided several links to plagiarism resources in his panel talk at "Information Ethics and Academic Honesty," Colby, 15 October 2003.
Judy Hunter, Grinnell College, has prepared an online guide for citing and paraphrasing sources.
The National Science Foundation publishes regulations relating to research misconduct.
The ORI, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, promotes integrity in biomedical and behavioral research supported by the Public Health Service.