Plagiarism - Technology Issues

Boynton, Robert S. "Is Honor Up for Grabs? Education Isn't About Surveillance." Washington Post. May 27, 2001: B01.

Branigan, Cara. "Rutgers Study Confirms that Web Makes Cheating Easier." eSchool News Online (May 11, 2001) http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/showStory.cfm?ArticleID=2617&ref=wo

Howard, Rebecca Moore. "Forget About Policing Plagiarism. JustTeach." Chronicle of Higher Education (Nov. 16, 2001): B24.

-------. Standing in the Shadow of Giants: Plagiarists, Authors, Collaborators. Stamford, CT: Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1999.

Lunsford, Andrea, Rebecca Rickly, Michael Salvo, Susan West. "What Matters Who Writes? What Matters Who Responds?" Kairos1.1 (Spring 1996) http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/1.1/features/lunsford/title.html (Apr. 18, 2003).

Olsen, Victoria. "Jane Eyre, To Go." Salon.com (Nov. 13, 1998) http://archive.salon.com/it/career/1998/11/13career.html

Roig, Miguel. "When College Students' Attempts at Paraphrasing Become Instances of Potential Plagiarism." Psychological Reports 84 (1999): 973-82.

Scanlon, Patrick M. and David R. Neumann. "Internet Plagiarism Among College Students." Journal of College Student Development43.3 (May/June 2002): 374-85.

University of Alberta Libraries. "Why Students Plagiarize." Guide to Plagiarism and Cyber-Plagiarism. 2002. http://www.library.ualberta.ca/guides/plagiarism/why/index.cfm (April 18, 2003).

Zernike, Kate. "With Cheating on the Rise, More Colleges Are Turning to Honor Codes." The New York Times (Nov. 2, 2002): Sec. A, Pg. 10, Col. 1.