Differing Standards on Plagiarism

Professors and students want to know why it's OK for administrators to use material that's not original.

Missing Credentials

Following reports on revoked degree, professor loses posts at 2 universities in the past year.

Southern Illinois Chancellor Forced Out

Change comes a week after faculty panel found that administrator "lifted" material in strategic plan.

Plagiarism Charge

Tennessee Press suspends sale of new book on Andersonville Prison as author admits inappropriate and uncredited similarities to another work.

Traffic School for Essay Thieves

Pima Community College tries a new approach to help students tune up on ethics and academics.

Cheating on a Different Level

Often seen as an undergraduate problem, academic dishonesty cases are arising at professional schools.

Competing to Catch Plagiarizers

Blackboard incorporates a plagiarism detection service into its software, posing potential challenge to Turnitin.

In Support of the E-Test

Study makes the case that administering exams electronically can reduce cheating and save faculty time.

Plagiarism and the President

Southern Illinois U. leader raises eyebrows with announcement that a department at his university will review charges that he plagiarized his dissertation.

When Collaboration Goes Too Far

Potential case of student cheating at Penn's business school raises questions about the prevalence of information sharing on assignments.


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