ACRL Webcast: Combating Student Plagiarism

ACRL is offering a Webcast, "Combating Student Plagiarism," on 10/26, 2:00 p.m. EST

The Webcast explores the role of the academic librarian in combating student plagiarism. Lynn Lampert, coordinator of information literacy and instruction at California State University-Northridge will lead this Webcast.

Registration is limited to 60. ACRL and ALA members receive a registration discount. For complete information, including a link to registration, go to:

CBB Events

"Engaging Plagiarism: Theory and Practice," @ Bowdoin College, 5 March 2004 "Information Ethics & Academic Honesty," @ Colby College, 15 Oct. 2003

Engaging Plagiarism: Theory and Practice

Bowdoin College
5 March 2004


09.30 am - 10.00am: Coffee and Registration, Lancaster Lounge, Moulton Union

10.00 - 10.15: Welcome, Judy Montgomery, Bowdoin College, and Introduction, Michael Hanrahan, Bates College

10.15 - 11.30: Part One: "Definitions and Epistemologies of Plagiarism," Rebecca Moore Howard, Syracuse university

11.30 - 11.45: Break

12.00 - 01.00: Part Two: "The Promise of Plagiarism: Impetus for Change," Chris Anson, North Carolina State University. ppt file | html version

Preventing Plagiarism Workshop

As part of their web-based workshop series, "Intellectual Property in Academia 2003," the University of Maryland University College is offering a 3 week workshop, Preventing Plagiarism Toolbox, from 2/10 - 2/28/2004. (Thanks to Chris Schiff)
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