Academic Misconduct/Plagiarism (Definitions and Examples)

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For Instructors

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Resources Repositories

Further Reading

Lang, James M., Cheating Lessons : Learning from Academic Dishonesty. Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2013.

Bloch, Joel. Plagiarism, Intellectual Property and the Teaching of L2 Writing : Explorations in the Detection based Approach. 1st ed., Bristol : Channel View Publications, 2012.

Meizlish, Deborah. "Promoting academic integrity in the classroom." CRLT Occasional Paper 20 (2005).

Tatum, H. and Schwartz, B.M. (2017). Honor codes: Evidence based strategies for improving academic integrity. Theory into Practice 56:129-135.

Morris. E.J. (2016). Academic integrity: A teaching and learning approach. Chapter 70 (pp. 1038-1051) in Bretag, T. (Ed.). Handbook of Academic Integrity. Singapore: Springer Science and Business Media.

Kleinman, Sharon. “Strategies for Encouraging Active Learning, Interaction, and Academic Integrity in Online Courses.” Communication Teacher, vol. 19, no. 1, Jan. 2005, pp. 13–18. EBSCOhost,,shib&db=eric&AN=EJ889319&site=eds-live&scope=site.

McNabb, L., & Olmstead, A. “Communities of Integrity in Online Courses: Faculty Member Beliefs and Strategies.” Journal of Online Learning and Teaching 5, no.2 (June 2009), 208-221. Retrieved from vol5no2/mcnabb_0609.htm.