$2.00 Gen 105: Week 4 Day 5-Detecting Plagiarism Checkpoint-A+Found in Communications: General-Communications
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Checkpoint: Detecting Plagiarism
Faculty may enforce consequences for plagiarism, such as failing and assignment or a student. In serious cases, faculty may choose to report instances of plagiarism to administration. To detect plagiarism, faculty use the Plagiarism Checker, a service provided by the Center for Writing Excellence.
- Retrieve Lab Courses Go Virtual by Thomas F. Edgar, from Gale PowerSearch. Copy and paste the article into a Microsoft Word document. Save it to your desktop.
- Imagine you are an instructor who received the article in an assignment, and the student claims to have written the article, but plagiarized.
- Submit the article to the Plagiarism Checker and view the results.
- Post a 200-to-300 word response, describing the results in detail, stating exactly what the Plagiarism Checker results stated and the websites it matched.
- Include what your course of action would be toward the student.
- Describe to the student why plagiarism is dishonest, and what other types of behavior constitute academic dishonesty.
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- Posted on Nov 22, 2009 at 1:14:12PM