Faculty Bloggers Worldwide on Student Plagiarism

In Pakistan, “Defining Plagiarism” (from Interface.edu) “At a recent workshop on plagiarism in Karachi, it was observed that the emphasis should be on creating awareness about the consequences of this unacceptable academic practice rather than going after those who indulge in it. While creating such awareness is no doubt necessary – and we would argue that accosting those who plagiarise is equally important – the concept must be first made clearer for the public.” Many do not realise that reproducing other’s text and ideas as one’s own work when it is not constitutes plagiarism. A person with reasonably good command […]
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