Top 10 reasons students plagiarize & what teachers can do about it (with apologies to David Letterman) 

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MICHELLE NAVARRE CLEARY (michelle.navarre@depaul.edu) is an associate professor in the School for New Learning, DePaul University, Chicago, Ill. 

4 comments

  • marcia scille

    Is there a site students can post their work to that will determine whether or not the plagiarized?

    • Heather Fishel

      Turnitin.com is a fantastic resource that does just that. It is much more effective when used by students and teachers as a tool for helping students quote, paraphrase, and summarize correctly rather than a “gotcha” tool used for catching those who plagiarize by teachers and administrators.

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