Call Number: PN171.F56 L56 2008 Copy 1 Available from Alamogordo, Central and East Mesa campuses of DACC
Publication Date: 2008-04-15
Since its publication in 2004, Doing Honest Work in College has become an integral part of academic integrity and first-year experience programs across the country. This helpful guide explains the principles of academic integrity in a clear, straightforward way and shows students how to apply them in all academic situations—from paper writing and independent research to study groups and lab work. Teachers can use this book to open a discussion with their students about these difficult issues. Students will find a trusted resource for citation help whether they are studying comparative literature or computer science. Every major reference style is represented. Most important of all, many universities that adopt this book report a reduction in cheating and plagiarism on campus.
For this second edition, Charles Lipson has updated hundreds of examples and included many new media sources. There is now a full chapter on how to take good notes and use them properly in papers and assignments. The extensive list of citation styles incorporates guidelines from the American Anthropological Association. The result is the definitive resource on academic integrity that students can use every day.
Call Number: LB2369 .H34 2005 Copy 1 Available from Zuhl Library.
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
This text targets the two most prominent problems in current research paper writing: the increase in unintentional plagiarism and ineffective use of research source material. Designed as a supplementary textbook, it will help every student who uses research in writing. New to this edition: More exercises and a true-false quiz at the end of each chapter have been added. Also new: Sections on how to mark the boundaries for nontext information (such as tables and drawings) and using Internet sources have also been added.
Call Number: LB2344 .D43 2002 Copy 1 Available from Zuhl Library
Publication Date: 2001-12-21
Crisis on Campus presents an overview of the phenomenon and handling of academic misconduct. After a brief historical background, it discusses contemporary circumstances that affect the nature and frequency of academic misconduct. It then details the phases of misconduct discovery and investigation: detection, analysis, assessment, reporting, and institutional handling. The final chapter deals with prevention. The book focuses on concrete cases, showing the complexities and ambiguities in dealing with presumed academic misconduct. The book also provides practical advice to both whistle-blowers and those accused of academic misconduct.
Call Number: LB3609 .L27 2005 Copy 1 Available from Zuhl Library
Publication Date: 2005-10-01
In the past, it was the struggling student who was more likely to cheat just to get by. Today, above-average college -bound students are just as likely to do so. This sequel to the eye-opening "Student Cheating and Plagiarism in the Internet Era: A Wake-Up Call" (2000) is a call to arms for students, teachers, administrators, librarians, and parents to transpose school culture from one that ignores or tolerates cheating into one where every effort is made to value, encourage, and support honesty. First person accounts lend credence to a cornucopia of practical ideas and actions. No home, school, or library should be without at least one copy.
Call Number: PN167 .G47 2008 Copy 1 Available from Zuhl Library
Publication Date: 2008-09-08
You dread confronting students who have plagiarized. But every year you have to. By the time you detect a simple citation mistake or a research misdemeanor, it's too late. The right prevention strategy can reduce or eliminate the incidence of plagiarism. And in Barry Gilmore's Plagiarism, you'll get classroom-tested prevention strategies and much more.
Call Number: PN167 .M285 2007 Copy 1 Available from Zuhl Library
Publication Date: 2007-03-22
Plagiarism takes an in-depth look at the history of plagiarism in higher education in light of today’s Web-based plagiarism detection services. Challenging the widespread assumption that plagiarism is a simple matter of student cheating or scriptural error, Bill Marsh argues that today’s teachers and educational institutions may be cheating themselves and their students in pursuing quick-fix solutions to the so-called epidemic of student plagiarism.
Call Number: PN167 .H37 2001 Available from Alamogordo and Zuhl Libraries
Publication Date: 2001-01-01
Offering practical tools and ideas to combat academic plagiarism, this text outlines the scope of the problem and the role of the Internet in facilitating plagiarism, as well as describing types of intentional and unintentional plagiarism.
Call Number: PN167 .R63 2004 Copy 1 Available from Zuhl Library
Publication Date: 2004-10-11
Introduction: scholarly scandals: why do they happen? Plagiarism and the demise of gatekeepers. The noble lie: "arming America" and the right to bear arms. "A self of many possibilities": Joseph Ellis, the protean historian. The ghost of Caliban: Derek Freeman and "the fateful hoaxing of Margaret Mead". Violent people and gentle savages : the Yanomami controversy. The willful suspension of disbelief: Rigoberta Menchú and the making of the Mayan holocaust. Science fiction: Sokal's hoax and the "linguist left". What do the scandals mean?