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Plagiarism Resources at UNC-Charlotte
• The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is the University's primary resource for instruction and information on how to implement and make the most of our online course management system, Moodle. They can help you incorporate a plagiarism detection feature for your course, built into Moodle, that relies on the widely used anti-plagiarism service, turnitin. Turnitin is a "plagiarism prevention system that makes it easy to identify students who submit unoriginal work. It acts as a powerful deterrent to plagiarism before it starts." Turnitin works by checking your students' papers against a large database of millions of published works, other student works submitted to its database and a copy of the publicly accessible Internet.
• The CTL has also addressed plagiarism through highlighting Indian Unviersity Bloomington's Plagiarism: What It is and How to Recognize and Avoid It resources.
This is the appendix (the only appendix) attached to the UNC-Charlotte Code of Student Academic Integrity. It explains what plagiarism is at this University, and, if you read nothing else, YOU, as a STUDENT, need to read this.
• UNCC's own Dr. Goolkasian has developed Guidelines to Avoid Plagiarism
Plagiarism Resources Beyond UNC-Charlotte
• VAIL Tutor Virtual Academic Integrity Laboratory at the University of Maryland University College : Beautifully done tutorial with four modules on academic integrity, plagiarism and cheating. Well worth a visit.
• Dr. Henry E. Schaffer, NCSU, is a foremost thought leader in the area of plagiarism. He has written about it, researched it, spoken about it and probably knows every authoritative source on the subject. Some of his activities can be found
-CHITRE: Cheating In a Technology Rich Environment: Combating Plagiarism with Techology
• The Plagiarism Tutorial at University Libraries, University of Southern Mississippi [Adapted from Robert A. Harris's book The Plagiarism Handbook: Strategies for Preventing, Detecting, and Dealing With Plagiarism]
Very nicely done, compact, and high tech
Well-done; primarily included because it contains information on appropriate kinds of citations and exercises
A helpful follow-up