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Kate Pok

Cut and Paste Reportage: The Rise of "Whatever Journalism" | text2cloud - 64 views

    What is plagiarism? A case study of a news story that keeps growing as the headlines change--racism, whites only screening, outrage--even though each story is simply a rewriting of a summary of a letter to the editor. The problem, ultimately, isn't the technology; it's the generation of readers and writers who prefer outrage to curiosity.
    interesting article about writing

Plagiarism Above the Fold! Cheating Justice in the Digital Age | text2cloud - 14 views

    Cheating Justice in the Digital Age. This is a case study of what not to do when accused of plagiarism and an object lesson for everyone about the durability of the digital tattoo. Feedback welcome.

The 2008 Plagiarism Landscape - 62 views

    This briefing paper will seek to highlight key strategies in developing assessment processes which eradicate opportunities for plagiarism, and encourage tutors to "teach and assess in ways which make plagiarism unthinkable" (MacDonald Ross, 2008). Whilst by no means an exhaustive list, the following areas, identified and volunteered by members of the academic community are key to this approach. The paper will draw on examples of good practice in assessment design in these areas, which enhance student learning and nurture a learning culture in which original thought is rewarded.
Melanie Weser

Internet Detective | Home - 86 views

    well-designed, detailed, topics include quality of information on internet, plagiarism & citation, definitions of information sources, much more, geared towards college, could be used in high school 
    Free Internet Research tutorial takes about an hour to complete
Jay Swan

EssayRater - 107 views

    From site: "The fastest way to better writing. EssayRater is a writing support tool that proofreads your texts and protects you against: plagiarism, poor grammar, spelling errors, punctuation mistakes, poor word choice."
    This sounded like a great answer for teachers wanting to help students improve their essays. However, to get the results for scanning a document, you have to pay a minimum of $19.95 a month.
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