SLO 3: Articulate what constitutes plagiarism and avoid representing the work of others as their own
Unit on Cheating: Problems and Solutions
Description: Students read, prepare thought questions, and discuss the articles
below in small groups and then in the class as a whole, leading to an assignment
in which they write about cheating. Links to all articles are included in this unit,
with the exception of one: Puka, B. (2005, Summer/Fall). Student cheating.
Liberal Education, pp. 32-35.
Developer: Dr. Martha Pennington, Georgia Southern University
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The Information Literacy Game
Description: Players take turns moving around the board, answering questions. There are four categories, and two questions must be answered correctly from each category in order to win. Designed for one to four players.
The Categories are Choose Your Resource, Searching/Using Databases, Cite Your Sources/Avoid Plagiarism, Library Wild Card
Developers: Scott Rice and Amy Harris, University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Plagiarism Prevention for Students
Description: Provides a basic overview of plagiarism and tips on avoiding it. Not interactive, but it provides clear explanation of the concepts with good examples and a glossary of terms.
Developer: Sue Thompson, California State University, San Marcos