Talk on Plagiarism and source use: What do we really know?
Activity: Talk/lecture or presentation › Talk/lecture
14 Jun 2017
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DescriptionPlagiarism and source use: What do we really know? Plagiarism is both a source of frustration to teachers and a topic which has gained a great deal of research attention. Because intertextuality is a pervasive feature of academic writing, students cannot avoid plagiarism unless they have the ability to use sources effectively. This talk will gather summarise what we know about plagiarism and source use, identify questions which still need answers, and will discuss how research findings on this topic can inform our teaching.
Research Unit / Event Journal/Book Series
External organisation (Academic)
|Location||299 Bayi Road, Wuchang District|
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