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Plagiarism: Sharing or Stealing Information: WCU Library Resources
An overview of the topic with suggested resources for further study. Plagiarism is considered mainly from the academic perspective. Provides a cross-cultural perspective with international examples.
Full-text documents for a variety of source types including journal articles, books, conference papers, curriculum guides, policy papers and more. In addition, it provides an education-specific thesaurus that includes controlled vocabulary to help users find what they need.
Full text scholarly journal articles in Arts & Sciences, Biological Sciences, Business, Health and General Sciences from first volume through three to five years from the last complete calendar year (moving wall).
Several books on plagiarism are available here at the library. They range from introductory resources to the challenges found in academia. Start your search using these texts, or use the box to the left to search the catalog for more books.
The following guides provide information on various bibliographic citation management resources, copyright and intellectual property laws (as compared to plagiairism), and general helpful hints. These guides are excellent places to conduct further research!