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Plagiarism and legal education

Plagiarism Advice

Plagiarism Advice, formerly the JISC Plagiarism Advice Service, provides resources, training, advice and guidance to the higher education sector. Useful resources include Developing assessment strategies which encourage original student work: an online guide.

Plagiarism resources

Research into plagiarism

Case studies:

  • Meeting the plagiarism challenge – paper from LILI 2003 on strategies adopted by institutions to address the growth in plagiarism
  • Plagiarism: the Teesside experience – details of a series of workshops aimed at helping students understand the nature of acceptable academic practice, with a downloadable copy of the presentation used with students
  • Tackling plagiarism at Sheffield Hallam University – description of efforts to combat plagiarism, including the use of a compusory moot to alert students to the consequences of being found guilty of plagiarism, presented at a UKCLE seminar on plagiarism in September 2004

Last Modified: 4 June 2010