Help students avoid plagiarism by alerting them to Resources for Students.
Reporting Academic Misconduct Page - Information on reporting academic misconduct along with a form.
Eastern's Policies on Academic Misconduct - Students should read and understand Eastern’s Academic Misconduct Policy, which can be found in the Eastern Student Handbook. Students are expected to take personal responsibility for their intellectual work and to respect and acknowledge the ideas of others. Academic honesty means doing one’s own work and giving proper credit to others whose work and thought are drawn upon. It is the responsibility of each student to become familiar with what constitutes academic dishonesty and plagiarism, and to avoid all forms of cheating and plagiarism. Students may not engage in any form of academic misconduct, and are responsible for learning how to present the ideas of others in their own work, and avoid all other forms of academic misconduct. For current documentation practices, consult the instructor or a style manual (e.g., APA, MLA). All violations will be handled under the procedures established in the Academic Misconduct Policy. From the Director of Judicial Affairs, Angelo Simoni: Please strongly consider placing this statement about academic misconduct in your class syllabus. Thank you in advance for your assistance.
Director of Judicial Affairs, Angelo Simoni
Wood Support Services Center, Room 210
Rita Malenczyk's handout: If You Suspect a Student of Plagiarism (Locating Link)
Barbara Little Liu's Sample Academic Honesty Policy Statement For Syllabus: (Locating Link)
Faculty Tools for Plagiarism Detection
SafeAssign is free with our Blackboard courseware.
Glatt Plagiarism Services, Inc. Fees involved
Moss (for a Measure Of Software Similarity) Free. An automatic system for determining the similarity of C, C++, Java, Pascal, Ada, ML, Lisp, or Scheme programs. To date, the main application of Moss has been in detecting plagiarism in programming classes.
Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers
Robert Harris, Vanguard University of Southern California.
Deterring Plagiarism: Some Strategies
Dr. Margaret Procter, Coordinator, Writing Support, University of Toronto.