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Brief plagiarism test in the form of a ten-question quiz and conclusions page, easily serving as a self-test for students. Written examples are provided with source documents in order to determine if the example is plagiarizing from the source document. Multiple choice selections are given immediate response pop-up screens...
Brief plagiarism test in the form of a ten-question quiz and conclusions page, easily serving as a self-test for students. Written examples are provided with source documents in order to determine if the example is plagiarizing from the source document. Multiple choice selections are given immediate response pop-up screens explaining why the selected answer was correct or incorrect. This is part of a larger site on plagiarism and resource use at http://education.indiana.edu/~frick/plagiarism/ that offers a section on how to recognize plagiarism and Indiana University's policy regarding this issue.
This learning object provides a simple test on how to determine if a student's work is plagairzed. Of particular use to students will be the pop-up options giving a further explanation of why a statement is or is not considered plagarized.
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4 years ago
I like how you have teased out some of the specific details of plagiarism for which many students have questions, e.g., common knowledge or properly citing when quoting.
The first page says "short" quiz but I don't know how that quantifies. As I move through the quiz I would like to be able to see at a glance how far along I have come. Also, students usually want to know how they did at the end (even though the can't finish without getting it right).