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Center for Academic Integrity

Academic integrity at all levels of education has come under increased scrutiny, and a number of organizations and institutions are dedicated to providing high-quality information and public outreach programs about this topic. One such organization is The Center for Academic Integrity, which is affiliated with the Robert J. Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University. While some resources...
Cornell University: Digital Literacy Resource

What does it mean to be digitally literate? In short, it is the ability to find, use, share, and create content online. In this age of all things digital, this site from Cornell University is essential; it includes research tips for students, videos from Cornell professors on digital literacy, and a wide range of other materials. The Top Questions area is a great place to look over thoughtful...
Do Plagiarism-Detection Services Infringe Upon Students' Copyrights and Privacy?

There is a huge debate brewing between some lawyers and college professors over whether or not plagiarism-detection services infringe upon students' copyrights and privacy. The one particular service creating this uproar is, a plagiarism-detection service that has approximately 400 colleges in the United States on its client list. The company checks submitted papers against a database...
Two on Internet Plagiarism is an "online resource for educators concerned with the growing problem of Internet plagiarism." The organization provides information on online plagiarism and explains how can be used by educators "to fight plagiarism and help bring academic integrity back into our schools." The technologies behind, facts about Internet plagiarism, and the growth of...