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How to Lessen the Chances of Plagiarism
The Learning Skills Centre of the University of Northern British Columbia provides 11 tips to help students avoid plagiarism.

Plagiarism and the Internet
Bibliography of print resources on plagiarism and the web.

Plagiarism and the World Wide Web
Brief pointers on avoiding web plagiarism written for students at Guilford College.

Student Plagiarism in an Online World
Discusses tools for exposing cybercheating. Sponsored by the American Society for Engineering Education

Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement
Article briefly discusses plagiarism in commercial and educational settings on the web.

Using the Web to fight Plagiarism
Martin Holmes provides a tip on using AltaVista to locate resources from which a student may have plagiarized material.

The New Plagiarism
This article highlights differences between 'electronic' plagiarism and traditional plagiarism, presenting: 'Seven Antidotes to Prevent Highway Robbery in an Electronic Age.' Written by Jamie McKenzie, Editor of From Now On - The Educational Technology Journal, a web-based electronic publication.

Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Use in Assigning Research Papers
From Robert Harris of Southern California College.

Strategies to Promote Academic Integrity
USCB's Associate Dean of Students provides several guidelines on detection and prevention of cheating, many of which are applicable to web resources.

Copy Not-Quite-Right
Copy Not-Quite-Right:Intertextuality, Plagiarism, and the Credibility of Online Resources, prepared by a doctoral candidate at Bowling Green State University, addresses plagiarism and copyright issues from a pedagogical perspective. Includes brief bibliography.

Online Plagiarism
Preventing, Detecting and Tracking Online Plagiarism

Issues in Plagiarism for the New Millennium
From the abstract: This paper examines the need to reflect on current assessment procedures, keeping in mind ethical implications of increased student use of the Internet. Its purpose is to highlight concerns, focusing in particular on plagiarism and authenticity issues. From Joan Gajadhar, The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand.

The Instructor's Guide to Online Plagiarism
Presents tools to help instructors determine if a given essay is plagiarized.

Plagiary and the Art of Skillful Citation
Defines plagiarism and examines the ethics of citation. Provides causes of plagiarism and proper citation formats. John Rodgers, Ph.D of the Baylor College of Medicine.

Cybercheating: Detecting and Preventing Online Plagiarism
Provides succinct discussions of copyright, plagiarism, and cheating from an academic standpoint. Includes numerous links to other resources. Produced by Southern Utah University Libraries.

Copyright Issues on the Web
Briefly discusses the relationship between copyright and plagiarism.