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Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism in the real world

Marie-Louise Gumuchian - Washington Post, May 2014

Fareed Zakaria - From Huffingtonpost, August 2012

The Da Vinci Code - From The Guardian, March 2007

Kaavya Viswanathan - From USA Today, May 2006

In the news

College Cheating; Success above honor; Technology and a drive to get ahead spur college students to ignore long-established codes of ethics - Los Angeles Times, April 16, 2015

"Studies find that students feel under more pressure than ever to succeed and increasingly see cutting corners as nothing serious. And they are being aided by cheating-friendly technology. Etchemendy alluded to those challenges." LA Times, April 2015

"Nationwide, about 68% of undergraduates and 43% of graduate students admit cheating on tests or written assignments, according to research by retired Rutgers business professor Donald L. McCabe and the International Center for Academic Integrity at Clemson University." LA Times, April 2015

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