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Auer, Nicole J. "Mouse Click Plagiarism: The Roles of Technology in Plagiarism and the Librarian's Role in Combating It." Library Trends. Winter 2001: 415-32.

Bugeja, Michael. "Bust a Plagiarist in 30 Minutes or Less." The Quill. April 2000: 44.

Carnavale, Dan. "Web Services Help Professors Detect Plagiarism." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 12 Nov. 1999: A49.

Evans, Faun and Youmans, Madeline. "ESL Writers Discuss Plagiarism: The Social Construction of Ideologies." Journal of Education. 2000, vol. 182: 49+

Gardiner, Steve. "Cybercheating: A New Twist on an Old Problem." Phi Delta Kappan. Oct. 2001: 172-174.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. "Don't Police Plagiarism: Just Teach!" Education Digest . Jan. 2002: 46+.

Royce, John. "Has Turnitin.com Got it all Wrapped Up?" Teacher Librarian. April 2003: 26+.

Straw, Deborah. "The Plagiarism of Generation 'Why Not?'." Community College Week. 2002 July 8: 4+.

Thompson, Leonora and Portia Williams. "But I Changed Three Words: Plagiarism in the ESL Classroom." Clearing House. 1995 Sept./Oct.: 27+

Vernon, Robert F. "Plagiarism and the Web." Journal of Social Work Education. Winter 2001: 193-96.

Ross, Kenneth. "Academic Dishonesty and the Internet". Communications of the ACM. Oct. 2005: 29-31.

Young, Jeffrey R. "The Cat-and-Mouse Game of Plagiarism Detection." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 6 July 2001.

Web Sites

The Center for Academic Integrity. <http://www.academicintegrity.com>
"The Center for Academic Integrity is the premier organization dedicated to issues of academic integrity. The primary focus of the Center is to provide resources and catalyze commitment to academic integrity in educational institutions, with emphasis on higher and secondary education."

"The New Plagiarism: Seven Antidotes to Prevent Highway Robbery in an Electronic Age." 29 May 2002. <http://www.fno.org/may98/cov98may.html>

Plagiarism.org. Turnitin.com. 2005.<http://www.plagiarism.org>.
Sponsored by a company who sells plagiarism detection software, this site offers a comprehensive look at the problem as well as preemptive methods to deter it. They even offer printable handouts on what plagiarism is and how to cite correctly.

Stoerger, Sharon. Plagiarism. 2002 Dec. 4. <http://www.web-miner.com/plagiarism>
Compiled by a librarian, this web site is an annotated list of links to articles, case studies, paper mills, plagiarism detection tools, and information on ethics and copyright. Students and Instructors will find this site helpful.

Videos in the C.O.D. Library

Caught Cheating. Dir. George Paul. Videocassette. ABC News, 2004. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library] In a six-month investigation, Primetime traveled to colleges and high schools across the United States to see how students are cheating, and why.

Correct Citations & Works Cited Page. Dir. Neville Cole. Videocassette. Teacher's Video, 2000. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library] Defines plagiarism, explains the appropriate length for a direct quotation and presents the format for a well-constructed works cited page.

Plagiarism : It's a Crime. Dir. Ron Greene. Videocassette. Educational Video Network, Inc., 2003. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library] There are four parts to the tape including a definition of plagiarsim and consequences, reasons why people plagiarize, types of plagiarism, and strategies for avoiding plagiarism.

Troubled Times. Videocassette. Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 2003.
[Check Availability at C.O.D. Library] Chronicles the rise and fall of African-American journalist Jayson Blair, a reporter at the New York Times. Discuss whether it was race that fueled his rapid promotions at The Times and prompted management to ignore reports of his inaccurate work. Assesses the impact of the scandal on The Times and the credibility of the news media and equal opportunity.

Understanding Plagiarism and its Consequences. DVD. Video Education America, 2011.
[Check Availability at C.O.D. Library] Explores the nature of plagiarism and debunks common myths and misconceptions that drive some people to cheat others out of their intellectual property. Also examines the legal, academic, professional and personal consequences of being branded a plagiarist

Books in the C.O.D. Library

Anderson, Judy. Plagiarism, Copyright Violation, and Other Thefts of Intellectual
Property : An Annotated Bibliography with a Lengthy Introduction
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Co., 1998. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Bowman, Vibiana. The Plagiarism Plague: A Resource Guide and CD-ROM Tutorial for Educators and Librarians. New York: Neal-Schuman, 2004. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Callahan, David. The Cheating Culture: Why More Americans are Doing Wrong to Get Ahead. Orlando, FL: Harcourt, 2004. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Cizek, Gregory J. Detecting and Preventing Classroom Cheating: Promoting Integrity in Assessment. CA: Corwin Press, 2003. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Harris, Robert A. The Plagiarism Handbook : Strategies for Preventing, Detecting,
and Dealing with Plagiarism.
Los Angeles, CA : Pyrczak Publishing, 2001. [Check Availablity at the C.O.D. Library]

Jewell, Thomas. Prentice Hall's Guide to Understanding Plagiarism. N.J.: Pearson, c2004. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Lathrop, Ann and Kathlee Foss. Guiding Students from Cheating and Plagiarism to Honesty and Integrity: Strategies for Change. Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2005. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Lathrop, Ann and Kathleen Foss. Student Cheating and Plagiarism in the Internet Era. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited, 2000. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Whitley, Bernard E. Academic Dishonesty: An Educator's Guide. NJ: L. Erlbaum, 2002. [Check Availability at C.O.D. Library]

Updated Dec. 20, 2005
Christine Kickels, Associate Professor and Librarian
(630) 942-2313

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