The Complete Guide to Discouraging Plagiarism https://unplag.com/materials/free-plagiarism-guide/book.pdf The Complete Guide to Discouraging Plagiarism
Plagiarism is a serious problem that has academia seeking a decisive solution. European
universities reported more than 17,000 cases of cheating in its 2009-2010 academic year.(1)
In the United States, The New York Times reported in 2014 that Senator John E. Walsh had his
master’s degree taken away by The Army War College after it was determined he had plagiarized
large portions of his thesis. A Pew Research Study in 2011 university presidents 55 percent says
that plagiarism has increased in the past 10 year
Copyright and Open Content : What Do You Know? http://bit.ly/11oyzgb Copyright and Open Content : What Do You Know?
This is a lesson plan on copyright and open licensed resources that students can use legally in their own work.
This is the presentation that goes with the "COPYRIGHT AND OPEN CONTENT: WHAT DO YOU KNOW?" lesson.
Nothing Beats the Real Thing http://www.nothingbeatstherealthing.info/ Nothing Beats the Real thing
A multimodal online resource for investigating aspects of copyright and film and TV piracy in Australian secondary classrooms.
Copyright and film and TV piracy are a real issue with students. Students need to know what they can legitimately copy in creating their own work, or in creating their own entertainment.
You also need to know how to acknowledge copied work. Behind all this is the greater question: does film and TV piracy contribute towards a creative society, or does it threaten the creativity and society we all say we want?
This resource will help you explore these issues in a classroom-friendly way.
Explaining CreativeCommons Licenses with a comic http://bit.ly/hQjS8u Explaining CreativeCommons Licenses with a comic
A copy of this poster can also be accessed HERE
Plagiarism: Avoiding, Stopping and Detecting http://www.library.uq.edu.au/how-to-guides/avoiding-plagiarism Plagiarism: Avoiding, Stopping and Detecting
University of Queensland Australia
What is Plagiarism? | Internet Resources With Examples and Tests | How can you avoid plagiarism | Internet Resources For Academic Staff | University key web sites on plagiarism | Internet Resources For Students | Citing References/Creating Bibliographies |
Copyright Exposed: Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright http://ilearntechnology.com/?p=2822 Copyright Exposed: Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright "Here your students will watch a short video/comic that explains copyright.
Next, students can explore how copyright came to be by looking at the milestone files on record. Reading the Fine Print helps students answer questions such as: “Do I have to register a copyright to secure protection?”; “If it’s on the Internet can I use it?”; and “Is it okay to use up to 5% of someone else’s work?”.
Finally, students can learn what steps they need to take to secure a copyright for their work."
Resources: Plagiarism and Academic Integrity http://nyti.ms/cVEsDV Resources: Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
New York Times .... Lesson Plans
ccLearn (pdf) http://bit.ly/dtnia2 ccLearn : Applying Creative Commons licenses to your educational resources
This is a basic step-by-step guide for people who want to apply Creative Commons (CC)
licenses to their educational resources, thus making them open educational resources (OER).
If you are new to Creative Commons or web publishing, or are uncertain about the steps you need to take to affix a license to your work, then this guide is for you.
A Planet in Peril: Plagiarism (Game) http://bit.ly/9szxZH A Planet in Peril: Plagiarism is a "serious game" devoted to teaching students about what plagiarism is and how to avoid it.
Oh, and you have to keep the world from ending, too. No stress or anything...
The Digital Citizenship and Creative Content program http://www.digitalcitizenshiped.com/ Students interact with music, movies, software, and other digital content every day.
Do they understand the rules that dictate the ethical use of these digital files, and do they understand why these issues are relevant?
The Digital Citizenship and Creative Content program is a free, turnkey instructional program. The goal is to create an awareness of the rights connected with creative content. Because only through education can students gain an understanding of the relevance of and a personal respect for creative rights and grow to become good digital citizens.
Teaching Copyright curriculum http://www.teachingcopyright.org/ EFF's Teaching Copyright curriculum was created to help teachers present the laws surrounding digital rights in a balanced way.
Teaching Copyright provides lessons and ideas for opening your classroom up to discussion, letting your students express their ideas and concerns, and then guiding your students toward an understanding of the boundaries of copyright law.
Exploring Plagiarism, Copyright, and Paraphrasing http://bit.ly/1eYFF7E Exploring Plagiarism, Copyright, and Paraphrasing
This lesson helps students understand copyright, fair use, and plagiarism by focusing on why students should avoid plagiarism and exploring strategies that respect copyright and fair use.
The lesson includes three parts: part one focuses on plagiarism; part two introduces copyright and fair use; and part three helps students develop paraphrasing skills.
The lesson can be expanded to include bibliography writing if desired.
Video tutorial on how to detect Plagiarism using software http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcOmHr4bET0 This is a short video tutorial that shows the typical usage of Plagiarism Detector.
A video on how to detect plagiarism in textual documents using the software "Plagiarism Detector".
Copyright: Interactive guide for students http://www.cyberbee.com/cb_copyright.swf Copyright: Interactive guide for students
Copyright: Interactive guide for students
This interactive question and answer activity for students will teach them the basics about copyright.
Internet Plagiarism - a staff course http://www.infotoday.com/MMSchools/jan02/lincoln.htm Internet Plagiarism - a staff course
Internet Plagiarism: An Agenda for Staff Inservice and Student Awareness
Our teachers assembled in the library media center for a back-to-school staff meeting. Having been confronted by an increasing number of instances of academic dishonesty, our high school principal was determined to take a proactive stance. A group of staff members had met over the summer to draft a pamphlet on cheating that would be distributed to students upon their return to school (see Figure 1).
As library media specialist and the unofficial expert on Internet research, I had been asked to prepare a presentation and a handout for teachers on the topic of plagiarism.
Nearly half the hands in the room shot up when I began my remarks by asking, "How many of you have ever suspected Internet plagiarism in your students' work?" A similar number responded affirmatively to the question, "Were your suspicions confirmed? Were you able to confront the student about the plagiarism?"
Internet Plagiarism Presentation Outline
How to Recognize Plagiarism : Tutorial and Quiz https://www.indiana.edu/~istd/index.html How to Recognize Plagiarism : Tutorial and Quiz
This tutorial will help you to understand and recognize plagiarism.
| The Indiana University Definition | Overview: decision flowchart | Plagiarism Cases | links to Web sites describing real plagiarism cases | Practice with feedback: identifying plagiarism | Test if you pass, you get a confirmation certificate | Resources: Web sites, books, dictionary links, references |
San Jose State University students : Plagiarism Tutorial http://tutorials.sjlibrary.org/tutorial/ San Jose State University students : Plagiarism Tutorial
In fall of 2003, San Jose State University (SJSU) launched an online tutorial called "Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping."
This is a self-directed tutorial that teaches students about plagiarism, paraphrasing, and citing sources. The pre-test and quiz at the end help students determine their ability to recognize and avoid plagiarism.
This page seems to now be private .. if you really need access then maybe contact the librarian.
Plagiarism and Copyright: Videos and PowerPoints http://plagiarismvideos.blogspot.com/ The link above goes to one of the Shambles "Forest of Theme Blogs" pages that provides videos and other multimedia resources to support the topic here.
If you would like to see all of the Theme Blogs then go to the full list at http://www.shambles.net/blogforest or click where you see this button
How to Avoid Plagiarism: An Online Tutorial http://library.camden.rutgers.edu/EducationalModule/Plagiarism/ How to Avoid Plagiarism: An Online Tutorial
The goals for this tutorial are that students will use information in an ethical manner and will recognize the art of citation as part of the scholarly communication process.
The educational objective is that the student will produce a college-level paper with correct citations for all research materials.
The standards and performance indicators for the modules are based on the Association of College and Research Libraries Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education (see: http://tinyurl.com/ysvj5).
Learn About Creative Commons (videos) http://creativecommons.org/videos/ Learn About Creative Commons (videos)
One of the best ways to learn about the Creative Commons is to watch one of our short videos.
Plagiarism - University of Leeds Guide http://www.lts.leeds.ac.uk/plagiarism/teaching.php Plagiarism - University of Leeds Guide
The University aims to develop its students into upstanding members of their academic and professional disciplines. Involved in this is the development of individual academic integrity. This is an aspect of student education that needs to be specifically included and valued within degree programmes.
The resources and strategies on this page are suggested as examples that can be adapted and utilised to develop student understanding and skills and so hopefully reduce the associated problems of plagiarism.