Teaching to Avoid Plagiarism

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Plagiarism is a serious problem in higher education, and one that the majority of university teachers have encountered. This book provides the skills and resources that university teachers and learnin...
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Plagiarism is a serious problem in higher education, and one that the majority of university teachers have encountered. This book provides the skills and resources that university teachers and learning and development support staff need in order to tackle it. As a complex issue that requires thoughtful and sensitive handling, plagiarism simply cannot be addressed by warnings; detection software and punishment alone. Teaching to Avoid Plagiarism focuses on prevention rather than punishment and promotes a proactive, rather than reactive, approach to dealing with the issue. Topics covered in this book include: the causes of plagiarism; how universities currently deal with plagiarism; how teachers can support students in effective source use; the role of technology; and issues for second language writers and international students. Drawing on her teaching experience as well as her academic research, Diane Pecorari offers a unique insight into this pervasive problem as well as practical advice on how to promote good source use to students and help them to avoid plagiarism.
Uitgever McGraw-Hill Book Company
Druk 1
ISBN/EAN 9780335245932
Auteur Pecorari, Diane
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