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On Plagiarism


Use the information and tools on this site to learn how plagiarism has changed with the availability of the internet. The site provides insights into how teachers can modify both teaching and learning to minimize the likelihood of student plagiarism. It also offers a tool that will help teachers identify specific instances of plagiarism in student writing. Finally, a selection of sample Acceptable Use Policies and other resources give teachers further help in curbing student plagiarism.

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