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Ripped From The Headlines: Plagiarism
Ohio U. Revokes Degree for Plagiarism
Wasley, P. (2007, April 6). Ohio U. revokes degree for plagiarism. Chronicle of Higher Education, 53(31), 10-10. Retrieved August 24, 2008, from Academic Search Complete database.
Ohio University Student Accused of Plagiarism Expelled from Ship
Sampon, Z. (2008, August 8). Ohio University student accused of plagiarism expelled from ship. [electronic version]. The Columbus Dispatch. http://dispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2008/08/08/cruise_cheating.html?sid=101
Student's Novel Faces Plagiarism Controversy
Zhou, D. (2006, April 23). Student's novel faces plagiarism controversy. [electronic version]. The Harvard Crimson. http://www.thecrimson.com/article.aspx?ref=512948
The Cut-and-Paste Personality
Saranow, J. (2008, February 15). The cut-and-paste personality. [electronic version]. The Wall Street Journal. http://chronicle.com/free/v51/i17/17a00802.htm
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From the Code
Definitions of Academic Honesty Violations
Representing as one’s own in any academic exercise the words or ideas of another including but not limited to quoting or paraphrasing without proper citation.