The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.1881 Friday, 15 October 2004
From: L. Swilley <
Date: Saturday, 9 Oct 2004 22:31:16 -0500
Thomas Pendleton wrote,
>There was a time when I would have returned this paper with "Obviously
>plagiarized," left the ball in the student's court, and slept soundly.
>Nowadays, however, it might be best to utilize one of the internet
>services designed for this problem. "Turn It In" reportedly works very
A better plan is to build a research paper in class, assigning
individual topics each with its own limited and named articles or essays
to be used as sources. Otherwise, even if the work the student hands in
passes the test of an internet search, the teacher cannot know whether
the student himself has done the work.
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