Student Cheating and Plagiarism in the Internet Era: A Wake-up Call

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Libraries Unlimited, 2000 - Education - 255 pages
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The Internet, high-tech calculators, and other technological advances have made student cheating easier and more common than ever before. This book helps you put a stop to high-tech and more traditional low-tech forms of cheating and plagiarism. Learn to recognize the danger signs for cheating and how to identify material that has been copied. Sample policies for developing academic integrity, reproducible lessons for students and faculty, and lists of helpful online and print resources are just some of the features of this important guide. A must read for concerned educators, administrators, and parents.

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ANN LATHROP is Professor Emerita, California State University, Long Beach.

KATHLEEN FOSS is Media Specialist, Los Alamitos Unified School District, California.

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