"Utopian Plagiarism"

"Utopian Plagiarism, Hypertextuality, and Electronic Cultural Production" provides a theoretical perspective on plagiarism that suggests that the current form of textual production has created an environment in which plagiarism is an acceptable practice.

Information Literacy Tutorial

UMass Boston has produced an introductory "Information Literacy Tutorial" that contains a module on plagiarism, quoting and paraphrasing, and citation styles.

Copyright and Plagiarism Tutorial

Rochester Institute of Technology has produced Copyright and Plagiarism Tutorials for students and for faculty that contain a basic quiz, a powerpoint presentation, and a paraphrasing excercise.

Recognizing Plagiarism

Indiana University has produced a tutorial to help students recognize plagiarism. It contains both practice materials as well as an online test.

What is plagiarism? A quiz.

Indiana University has produced an multiple choice quiz, "What is plagiarism at Indiana University," to allow students to test their understanding of what consitutes plagiarism.

Music Plagiarism

The Music Plagiarism Project is a repository of graphic and audio materials associated with music copyright infringement cases in the United States from the middle of the nineteenth century on.

Plagiarism: Guide to Resources

Patience Simmonds has published a selected guide to "Plagiarism and Cyber-Plagiarism."

"Whose Idea Was That?"

Ginny McCormack considers the problem of plagiarism at Stanford.

Academic Integrity at Princeton: A Booklet

Princeton publishes a useful and informative booklet for its students that considers the issue of plagiarism within the context of academic integrity.

A Guide to Plagiarism and Cyber-plagiarism

University of Alberta has put together a resource page to helpe faculty "detect, prevent, and report plagiarism"
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