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Plagiarism – Online

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Argetsinger, Amy. “U-Md. Says Students Used Phones to Cheat.” The Washington Post 25 Jan. 2003.

Asaravela, Amit. “Warning: Blogs Can Be Infectious.” Weblog. Wired News 5 Mar. 2004.

Atkins, Thomas, and Gene Nelson. “Plagiarism and the Internet: Turning the Tables.” English Journal 90.4 (2001): 101-104.

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Barber, La Shawn. “How to Avoid a Blogosphere Scandal: Don’t Plagiarize!” La Shawn Barber’s Corner 4 Aug. 2006.

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Bates, Peggy, and Margaret Fain. “Internet Paper Mills.” Kimbel Library, Coastal Carolina University. 30 Mar. 2003.

Baty, Phil. “Plagiarist Student to Sue University.” The Times (London) 28 May 2004.

Beasley, James D. “The Impact of Technology on Plagiarism Prevention and Detection: Research Process Automation, a New Approach for Prevention.” Plagiarism: Prevention, Practice and Policies conference. Northumbria University. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. 29 June 2004.

Beeby, Eddie. “Web-Based System to Discourage Plagiarism.” Daily Orange [Syracuse University] 8 Oct. 2004.

Bickel, Nardy Baeza. “Anti-Plagiarism Service Criticized for Cheating Students, Teachers out of Academic Relationship.” Muskegon [Michigan] Chronicle 6 Oct. 2006.

Bleeth, Kenneth, and Julie Rivkin. “The ‘Imitation David’: Plagiarism, Collaboration, and the Making of a Gay Literary Tradition in David Leavitt’s ‘The Term Paper Artist.’” PMLA 116.5 (Oct. 2001): 1349-1363.

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Brigham, Martin, and Lucas D. Introna. “Invoking Politics and Ethics in the Design of Information Technology: Undesigning the Design.” Ethics and Information Technology 9.1 (Mar. 2007): 1.

Briggs, Linda L. “Turnitin: Fighting Plagiarism and Saving Time at Fresno State.” Campus Technology 14 Mar. 2007.

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Brooke, Collin Gifford. “Authorship and Technology.” Authorship in Composition Studies. Ed. Tracy Hamler Carrick and Rebecca Moore Howard. Boston: Wadsworth, 2006. 89-100.

Brown, Renee, Brian Fallon, Jessica Lott, Elizabeth Matthews, and Elizabeth Mintie. “Taking on Turnitin: Tutors Advocating Change.” The Writing Center Journal 27.1(2007): 7-28.

Bruno, Laura. “Internet Cuts Both Ways, Cheaters Find.” Morris County, New Jersey Daily (n.d.). 20 Feb. 2001.

Bruton, Michael. “Turnitin’s response to recent posts discussing proper pedagogy.” Kairosnews 15 Sept. 2006.

Buckell, Jim. “Ethical Query in Online Check.” The Australian 22 Oct. 2003.

Buckell, Jim. “Plagiarism Programs Hit Glitch.” The Australian 15 Oct. 2003.

Buckell, Jim. “Plagiarism Risk Irks Students.” The Australian 17 Mar. 2004.

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Carnevale, Dan. . “Senate Passes a Bill Extending Copyright Exemption to Online Courses.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (12 June 2001).

“CCCC-IP Caucus Recommendations Regarding Academic Integrity and the Use of Plagiarism Detection Services.” 2006.

Chen, Xin, Brent Francia, Ming Li, Brian McKinnon, and Amit Seker. “Shared Information and Program Plagiarism Detection.” IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 50.7 (Jul. 2004): 1545-1550.

“Choosing the Best Plagiarism-Detection Tool.”M Chronicle of Higher Education 6 Aug. 2007.

Cochrane, Mary. “Does Plagiarism-Detection Service Violate Student Privacy?” University at Buffalo Reporter 12 Oct. 2006.

Collins, Paul S. “Who’s the Plagiarist Here? Using the Web to Reciprocate Source Disclosure.” Assembly on Computers in English Journal 1.3 (1998): 46-55.


Costa, Hilary. “Students Can Avoid Falling into Plagiarism Trap.” California Aggie [UC-Davis] 7 Oct. 2004. 17 Oct. 2004.

Council of Writing Program Administrators. “Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: WPA Statement on Best Policies.” Jan. 2003.

Cummings, Zac. “Academic Integrity Rules Misunderstood.” Daily Orange [Syracuse University] 27 Sept. 2006.

Davis, Allison. “Plagiarism-Detection Web Site Must Not Profit From Students’ Work.” The Hoya [Georgetown University] 24 Oct. 2006.

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Dehnart, Andy. “The Web’s Plagiarism Police.” Salon 14 June 1999.

DeVoss, Danielle, and Annette C. Rosati. “‘It Wasn’t Me, Was It?’ Plagiarism and the Web.” Computers and Composition 19.2 (Aug. 2002): 191-203.

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Dotinga, Randy. “Electronic Snoops Tackle Copiers.” Wired News 2 Apr. 2004.

Eakin, Emily. “Stop, Historians! Don’t Copy That Passage! Computers Are Watching.” New York Times (26 Jan. 2002): B9.

Edens, Anna. “Tune Up Turnitin.” The Technician (North Carolina State University) 2 Feb. 2004.

Edmundson, Mark. “How Teachers Can Stop Cheaters.” New York Times (9 Sept. 2003): A29.

Ehrlich, Heyward. “Plagiarism and Anti-Plagiarism.” 2000.

Ellis, Christopher. “Students Turn Against Service.” The Retriever (University of Maryland Baltimore County) 17 Feb. 2004.

Emerson, Lisa. “Plagiarism, a Turnitin Trial, and an Experience of Cultural Disorientation.” Originality, Imitation, and Plagiarism: Teaching Writing in the Digital Age. Ed. Caroline Eisner and Martha Vicinus. Ann Arbor: U Michigan P, 2008. 183-194.

Emerson, Lisa, Malcolm Rees, and Bruce MacKay. “Scaffolding Academic Integrity: Creating a Learning Context for Teaching Referencing Skills.” Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice 2.3a (2005).

Ercegovac, Zorana, and John V. Richardson, Jr. “Academic Dishonesty, Plagiarism Included, in the Digital Age: A Literature Review.” College and Research Libraries 65.4 (July 2004): 301-318.


Foster, Andrea L. “Plagiarism-Detection Tool Creates Legal Quandary.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (17 May 2002): A37.

Freundberg, Michael S. “Site Violates Property.” Letter. Daily Orange [Syracuse University] 27 Sept. 2006.

Ganesan, Hareesh. “Pro: Should Teachers Use” Silver Chips Online 14 Nov. 2006.

Gavin, Christy. “Guiding Students Along the Information Highway: Librarians Collaborating with Composition Instructors.” Journal of Teaching Writing 13.1-2 (1994): 225-36.

Giles, Jim. “Taking on the Cheats.” Nature 435 (May 2005): 258-259.

Gillis, Kathy, Susan Lang, and Monica Norris. “A Comparison of Two Commercial Plagiarism Checker Programs: Results and Implications for WAC/WID Programs.” Powerpoint presentation. Conference on College Composition and Communication, San Francisco CA, 12 Mar. 2009.

Gillis, Kathy, Susan Lang, Monica Norris, and Laura Palmer. “Electronic Plagiarism Checkers: Barriers to Developing an Academic Voice[5] .” The WAC Journal 20 (November 2009).

Glasner, Joanna. “Where Cheaters Often Prosper.” Wired 26 Aug. 2002.

Glatt, B. S., & Haertel, E.H. “The Use of the Cloze Testing Procedure for Detecting Plagiarism.” Journal of Experimental Education 50.3 (1982): 127-136.

Glod, Maria. “McLean Students Sue Anti-Cheating Service.” Washington Post 29 Mar. 2007: B5.

Glod, Maria. “Students Rebel Against Database Designed to Thwart Plagiarists.” Washington Post 22 Sept. 2006: A1.

Gordon, Jay L. “One Teacher’s Solution: Assign Essays that Can’t be Bought.” English Journal 91.2 (Nov. 2001): 26-29.

Gray, Paul. “The Purloined Letters.” Time (26 Apr. 1993): 59-60.

Grinberg, Emanuella. “Student Wins Battle Against Plagiarism-Detection Requirement.” 21 Jan. 2004.

Gruber, Sibylle. “Coming to Terms with Contradictions: Online Materials, Plagiarism, and the Writing Center.” Writing Center Journal 19.1 (Fall/Winter 1998): 49-72.

Guernsey, Lisa. “Web Site Will Check Papers against Data Base to Detect Plagiarism.” The Chronicle of Higher Education 18 Nov. 1998. 30 Nov. 1998.

Guess, Andy. “Saving Time or Betraying Trust?” Inside Higher Ed 12 Nov. 2007.

Hafner, Katie. “Lessons in the School of Cut and Paste.” New York Times 28 June 2001: G1, G6.

Hall, Jonathan. “Plagiarism Across the Curriculum: How Academic Communities Can Meet the Challenge of the Undocumented Writer.” Across the Disciplines 2 (2005).

Hansen, Brian. “Combating Plagiarism.” CQ Researcher 13.32 (19 Sept. 2003): 773-796.

Hansen, Suzy. “Dear Plagiarists: You Get What You Pay For.” New York Times 21 Aug. 2004. 21 Aug. 2004.

Harbourt, Sam. “Plagiarism Web Site Stirs Debate.” Hoya [Georgetown University] 13 Oct. 2006.

Hastings, Michael, and Sonia Kilesnikov-Jessop. “Cheater Beaters.” Newsweek (8 Sept. 2003): 32.

Hayes, Niall, and Lucas Introna. “Cultural Values, Plagiarism, and Fairness: When Plagiarism Gets in the Way of Learning.” Ethics and Behavior 15.3 (2005): 213-231.

Hayes, Niall, and Lucas Introna. “Systems for the Production of Plagiarists? The Implications Arising from the Use of Plagiarism Detection Systems in UK Universities for Asian Learners.” Journal of Academic Ethics 3.1 (2005): 55-73.

Haynes-Burton, Cynthia. “Intellectual (Proper)ty in Writing Centers: Retro Texts and Positive Plagiarism.” Writing Center Perspectives. Ed. Byron L. Stay, Christina Murphy, and Eric H. Hobson. National Writing Center Association Press, 1995. 84-93.

Herrington, Anne, and Charles Moran. “What Happens When Machines Read Our Students’ Writing?” College English 63.4 (Mar. 2001): 480-499.

Hoad, Timothy C., and Justin Zobel. “Methods for Identifying Versioned and Plagiarized Documents.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 54.3 (Feb. 2003): 203-215.

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Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Forget about Policing Plagiarism; Just Teach.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (16 Nov. 2001): B24.

Howard, Rebecca Moore. “Understanding Internet Plagiarism.” Computers and Composition 24 (2007): 3-15.

Howard, Rob. “Sites Rescue Last-Minute Studiers.” The Daily Orange [Syracuse University], 11 Nov. 2003.

Introna, Lucas. “Maintaining the Reversibility of Foldings: Making the Ethics (Politics) of Information Technology Visible.” Ethics and Information Technology 9 (March 2007): 11-25.

Introna, Lucas, and Niall Hayes. “On Sociomaterial Imbrications: What Plagiarism Detection Systems Reveal and Why It Matters.” Information and Organization 21.2 (April 2011): 107-122.

Introna, Lucas, Niall Hayes, Edgar Whitley, and Anja Timm. “On the Limitations of Electronic Detection Software.” International Students, Academic Writing, and Plagiarism Conference, Lancaster University (UK), 7 Sept. 2007.

Jobst, Jack. “Word Processing: Two Ethical Concerns.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 17.1.

Johnsrude, Larry. “Paper Trail Leads Profs to Internet.” Edmonton (Canada) Journal 30 Jan. 2004.

Jones, Del. “Authorship Gets Lost on the Web.” USA Today 1 Aug. 2006.

Jones, Terril Yue. “If This Were a Term Paper, You Might Have Seen It on the Web.” Los Angeles Times 17 June 2006.

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Kalita, S. Mitra. “Schools Use Software to Identify Plagiarism.” The Washington Post 18 Apr. 2004: PW04.

Kates, Brian. “Can’t Make Grade? Click on” New York Daily News 26 Dec. 2003. 8 Jan. 2003.

Kellogg, Alex P. “Students Plagiarize Less Than Many Think, a New Study Finds.” Chronicle of Higher Education (1 Feb. 2002). 4 Feb. 2002.

Kitalong, Karla Saari. “A Web of Symbolic Violence.” Computers and Composition 15.2 (1998): 253-264.

Klausman, Jeffrey. “Teaching About Plagiarism in the Age of the Internet.” Teaching English in the Two-Year College 27.2 (Dec. 1999): 209-212.

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Kwong, Matt. “Cheat Site Challenged.” The Eyeopener Online (Ryerson University, Canada) 18 Nov. 2003.

Kumar, Anita. “High-Tech Sleuthing Catches College Cheats.” St. Petersburg Times (Florida) 31 Aug. 2003.

Laird, Ellen. “Internet Plagiarism: We All Pay the Price.” The Chronicle of Higher Education (13 July 2001): B5. 26 July 2001.

LaPere, Renee. “Plagiarism’s New Vehicle–The Internet.” The Northport Sun-Herald 15 Dec. 2002 18 Dec. 2002.

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Leonard, Shana. “To Catch a Word Thief: Plagiarism Software Tracks Down Academic Cheaters.” 26 July 2006.

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