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The following external resources provide additional information on the topic of plagiarism. We will appreciate your recommendations for additional sources to be added.

Permission to use ideas and text from the following web sites is gratefully acknowledged.

Web Sites on Academic Integrity
The Center for Academic Integrity. Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
A forum to identify, affirm and promote the values of academic integrity among students, faculty, teachers and administrators.

Rutgers University. Policy on academic integrity for undergraduate and graduate students.

Truth in Education. University of Alberta. Web site of the TIE Program: a campus wide educational campaign on academic honesty.

University of Texas. Academic Integrity.

Web Sites with comprehensive Plagiarism Information
Dalhousie University. Plagiarism and intellectual honesty.

Deterring plagiarism in higher education. Oxford Brookes University. Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development. A companion site to Jude Carroll's Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education with numerous links to other resources.

JISC (Joint Information Systems Community) Plagiarism Advisory Service.  Advisory service for the UK academic community.

MYDROPBOX Software (website). http://www.mydropbox.com/

University of Alberta. Libraries. Guide to plagiarism and cyber-plagiarism.

University of Cape Town. Policies on Plagiarism. Includes various guides for students, staff and examining bodies. 

Assignment design strategies. Dalhousie University. Advice for lecturers.

Avoiding plagiarism. Purdue University Online Writing Lab. An easy to follow guide for students.

Carroll, J and Appleton, J 2003, 'Plagiarism: a good practice guide'. Oxford Brookes University. (Commissioned by JISC). Full report (347K)

How to acknowledge what you have read (Citing and Referencing). Monash University Library. A student tutorial using Harvard and Vancouver examples.

Leland, BH 2002, 'Plagiarism and the web'. Advice for lecturers on dealing with web plagiarism.

Citing electronic sources of information. University of Sheffield Library, UK
This guide sets out to provide examples of how to cite these electronic sources of information in the Harvard style.   

Guide to citing Internet sources from Bournemouth University, UK
The basic rules below may be customised for any standard citation style; the examples in this document use the Harvard style.

Carbone, N 2001, 'Thinking and Talking about Plagiarism'. [online] http://bedfordstmartins.com/technotes/techtiparchive/ttip102401.htm

Davis, BG 1993, 'Preventing academic dishonesty'. In: Tools for teaching. Jossey-Bass Publishers: San Francisco. [online] http://teaching.berkeley.edu/bgd/prevent.html

DeVoss, D and Rosati, AC 2002, "It wasn't me, was it?" Plagiarism and the Web. Computers and Composition Vol.19, pp 191-203

Harris, R 2004, 'Anti-plagiarism strategies for research papers'. [online] http://www.virtualsalt.com/antiplag.htm

Hricko, M 1998, 'Internet plagiarism: strategies to deter academic misconduct'. [online] http://www.mtsu.edu/~itconf/proceed98/mhricko.html

Kitalong, KS 1998, A web of symbolic violence. Computers and Composition, Vol. 15, No.2, pp252-263.

Martin, B 1994, 'Plagiarism: a misplaced emphasis'. [online] http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/94jie.html

Sellani, RJ and Harrington, W 2002, Addressing administrator/faculty conflict in an academic online environment. The Internet and Higher Education. Vol.5, No.2, pp 131-145

Wood, G 2004, Academic Original Sin: Plagiarism, the Internet, and Librarians. Journal of Academic Librarianship. Vol.30, No.3, pp 237-242. [online]


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