Information for teachers
Problems with plagiarism issues have increased during the last years. The Swedish National Agency for Higher Education has written a report that describes the importance of working preventively to reduce students being accused for plagiarism cases. Well-known researchers in the field, like Jude Carroll are also pointing out that prevention work is very important.
These pages will be a good help for you as a teacher at Linköping University, who would like to know more about copyright and plagiarism. You will find a quiz about plagiarism which can be used in learning situations, PowerPoints about plagiarism, information about Creative Commons and even links to other universities' information on plagiarism.
You can find more information about how to cite and refer and how to use a reference management system here. You may contact your subject librarian if you would like to know more or us in the library`s plagiarism group.
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Guiding students away from plagiarism A guide for students from KTH Learning Lab
Refero - an Anti-plagiarism Tutorial The libraries of Blekinge Institute of Technology and Linnaeus University
The Interactive Anti-Plagiarism Guide from Högskolan i Jönköping
What is plagiarism? Rutgers University
Last updated: 2013-04-08