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ACADEMIC

LEARNING

DEVELOPMENT

Plagiarism

Academic Learning Development, Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit

definition of plagiarism

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

Definition of plagiarism

Passing off someone else’s work as your own, either intentionally or unintentionally

how to avoid it

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

How to Avoid it

Wrong question! Ask instead:

How to Write Best?

  • Always give your source
  • Paraphrase or quote
  • Note source when reading
how to reference

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

How to Reference

Always reference twice:

    • Once in text
    • Once in reference list or bibliography
  • In text it is short: Author, date of publication, page number (if relevant).
  • At end it is full: Author, date, title, publication details (you can find out more about how to do this by using resources on the ALD Blackboard).
using literature to prepare

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

Using Literature to Prepare

1. Read (for the question)

2. Make notes with source, page number, quotes

3. Put similar topics together (according to PLAN)

4. Compare contrast combine

5. Write

6. Always reference everything you say

7. Complete reference list or bibliography

using literature to write

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

Using Literature to Write

Referencing shows:

  • an ability to find relevant information
  • an understanding of the topic
  • an ability to summarise what you have read and identify important points

This will help to improve your marks

  • You can reference by:
    • paraphrasing part of the text
    • quoting directly
  • When should you quote and when should you paraphrase?
how to summarise and quote

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

How to Summarise and Quote
  • Look at these exercises
  • Look at Academic Learning Development Blackboard.
turnitin help support writing

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

text matching a website and % of submitted work matched to this source

Turnitin: Help Support Writing
  • Originality reports highlights unoriginal text
  • helps show what needs correctly referencing
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ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

  • you can submit a draft first
  • see Originality Report on personal assignment page
  • reflect on referencing and writing – range and quality of sources, level of quoting and paraphrasing
  • see http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/turnitin
plagiarism policy educate first detect and penalise plagiarism second

ACADEMIC LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

Plagiarism Policy:Educate-first, detect and penalise plagiarism second
  • all Undergraduate and Masters coursework (levels 4-7) will be submitted to Turnitin for originality checking:
  • where it is in a format acceptable by Turnitin and
  • unless your tutors feel it’s not appropriate because of the nature of the assessment (this will be the exception to the rule).
  • you will have an opportunity, and be encouraged to, submit at least one draft and view the originality report for each piece of coursework you’re asked to submit to Turnitin.
  • there will be an educational focus on the use of Turnitin early on in your programme to help you understand the meaning of originality reports and avoid plagiarism.
  • still used to help detect and penalise plagiarism after educational focus/draft submission.
  • see: http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/plagiarism
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