Brief presentation created by Mary Johnson (Learning Technology Specialist, Department of Information Technology, Brenau University) on preventing cheating on tests, papers, and other projects.
VeriCite helps you identify possible plagiarism in student papers. It is embedded in the Canvas platform and turns potentially negative situations into positive teaching movements, changing the conversation from "caught you" to "taught you." (from the VeriCite website)
Faculty should refer to the current catalog for information on reporting academic dishonesty. For information on the require course for plagiarism offenses, AS 120 Academic Honesty in Context, please see the the course description.
Here are some excellent resources to share with your students on how to effectively avoid plagiarism and cites sources correctly. Feel free to integrate these into your coursework!
Excellent Video from the University of West Florida about avoiding plagiarism.
Plagiarism Tutorial from Armstrong Atlantic State University's library, including examples of acceptable and unacceptable uses of citing quotations, examples of acceptable and unacceptable uses of paraphrasing/summarizing and quizzes on acceptable quoting and acceptable paraphrasing/summarizing.