Prevention and detection of plagiarism has formed the basis of much research, but student perceptions on plagiarism are arguably not well understood. This is particularly the case in the computing disciplines.
Joy, M.S.; Sinclair, J.E.; Boyatt, R. ; Yau, J. Y-K; Cosma, G.
The international conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond aims to be a forum for sharing best practices and experience with addressing academic integrity issues. Academic integrity is becoming more and more important topic in higher education across Europe.
Brno (Czech Republic), MENDELU Publishing Centre, 2013
This publication builds on good practice and suggestions relevant to policies for student plagiarism and unacceptable academic practice to distil and provide up-to-date recommendations for reviewing policy in this area.
Corruption in higher education is a newly emerging topic in the field of education research. Some aspects of corruption in education have been addressed in recent works by Eckstein, Hallak & Poisson, Heyneman, Noah & Eckstein, Segal, and Washburn.
Oxford Brookes was the first institution in the UK to develop and implement a system of specialist officers to deal with students who did not comply with University regulations concerning academic conduct.
This book documents the importance and extent of academic fraud. It identifies major varieties of academic fraud such as cheating in high stakes examinations, plagiarism, credentials fraud, and misconduct in reform policies.
In many ways the Good practice guide, which was commissioned by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) in 2001, and written by Jude Carroll and Jon Appleton from Oxford Brookes University is still viewed as a blueprint for institutional thinking on plagiarism,
Carroll, Jude; Appleton, Jon
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