"Anti-Plagiarism Guide for Writing Teachers"

Joel Wingard, Professor of English, at Moravian College, has made available, "Anti-Plagiarism Guide for Writing Teachers" (PDF format): "a seven-part guide" that "encourages fellow writing instructors at the downtown Bethlehem school to employ teaching practices that prevent plagiarism."

Plagiarism Proofing Your Assignments for the Sciences

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Seri Rudolph has drawn on various online resources in developing a set of strategies and suggestions for creating plagiarism resistant assignments in science courses. For a list of those resources, see below

General strategies for the Classroom

More on this topic can be found at some of the web sites listed at the end of this document

1. Go ahead and talk about it. Faculty may disagree about what constitutes plagiarism, so your students need to hear it from you.

Anti-Plagiarism Handbook

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.

Plagiarism Links

Nick Carbone provided several links to plagiarism resources in his panel talk at "Information Ethics and Academic Honesty," Colby, 15 October 2003.

Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers

Robert Harris has published a set of strategies to help prevent and discourage the occurrence of plagiarism in student research papers.

Avoiding Plagiarism

The Online Writing Lab at Purdue University has produced a handout to help students avoid plagiarism.
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