Deterring and detecting plagiarism workshop. Judy Cohen, UELT. Defining plagiarism. University definition: Plagiarism: reproducing in any work submitted for assessment or review any material derived from work authored by another without clearly acknowledging the source. Academic Discipline.
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Deterring and detecting plagiarism workshop
Judy Cohen, UELT
Plagiarism: reproducing in any work submitted for assessment or review
‘Students are required to act with honesty and integrity’ regarding academic progress
‘The identification of plagiarism is an academic judgement, based on a comparison across the student's work in general, and/or on knowledge of the sources, of practice in the discipline and of expectations for professional conduct.’
Plagiarism may be established even if source not identified
Taken from Jude Carroll workshop 16/1/2013 University of Kent ‘Plagiarism Forum’
intention to deceive
makes a mistake
Student does not
know the rules;
student breaks the rules
Strategy Game from Jude Carroll’s Plagiarism Forum 16 Jan 2013