Using virtual lectures to educate students on plagiarism
AbstractPlagiarism is a concern on all university campuses. Some of the main issues pertaining to plagiarism violations are student misunderstanding or inconsistent and lack of instruction. Virtual lectures are an electronic resource available to students throughout the semester to aid them in proper citation and avoiding academic integrity violations. The technological tool of virtual lectures is also useful for communicating rules of ethics and other regulations for industry or other areas of employment outside of academia.
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Guertin, L. (2005). Using virtual lectures to educate students on plagiarism. First Monday, 10(9). https://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v10i9.1277
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