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Qu’est-ce que le plagiat ? Plagiat EncyclopédiesEncyclopédie de l'AgoraNotre devise: Vers le réel par le virtuel!Encyclopédie sur la mortL’encyclopédie sur la mort veut s'intéresser à ce phénomène sous ses multiples aspects et ses diverses modalités.Encyclopédie HomovivensEncyclopédie sur les transformations que l'homme opère en lui-même au fur et à mesure qu'il progresse dans la conviction que toute vie se réduit à la mécanique.Encyclopédie sur l'inaptitudeTout le monde en conviendra : c'est au sort qu'elle réserve aux plus vulnérables de ses membres que l'on peut juger de la qualité d'une société. L'Encyclopédie Index Association Homo Vivens Accueil Une oasis de sens Introduction Collaboration Contact Faire un don Index des dossiers Index thématique Index des auteurs Homo Vivens: informations Homo Vivens: le manifeste Devenir membre/ami Lancement du portail Homo Vivens Arts Économie et écologie Géographie Grandes questions Histoire L'humain Le divin Lettres Politique et société Sciences et techniques Univers Vie Dernières modifications Facebook:

Archéologie du "copier-coller" Les Chroniques de Cybérie du 28 février 2001 Salutations à tous les Cybériens et Cybériennes! Cette Chronique n'est optimisée ni pour Netscape, ni pour Internet Explorer, elle l'est pour ses lecteurs et lectrices. Cette semaine... Procès Microsoft : plaidoiries finales Audiences très attendues, lundi et mardi, de la Cour d'appel du district de Columbia qui siégeait «en banc» dans la cause anti-trust du gouvernement américain contre la société Microsoft. C'est à un feu roulant de questions de la part des juges qu'ont eu droit les procureurs des deux parties, les magistrats démontrant une connaissance approfondie de la cause dans ses plus subtiles ramifications. Les procureurs de Microsoft étaient Richard Urowsky et Steven Holley du cabinet new-yorkais de Sullivan & Cromwell. La partie peut-être la plus intéressante de ces audiences fut le dernier thème abordé, mardi, soit le déroulement du procès et les commentaires du juge Jackson à des journalistes avant même qu'il ne rende sa décision. Et pour la suite des choses?

plagiat : test du site plagiarism.com Un site (plagiarism.org) a été constitué qui compare les travaux soumis à une base de données et met à contribution de nombreux moteurs de recherche pour évaluer globalement le degré d'originalité ou de plagiat d'un travail. Il ne s'agit pas d'une simple comparaison élémentaire. Les étapes sont décrites ici : Le maître enregistre la classe. Il paie par chèque et poste classique ( oui ça surprend!) Il peut aller consulter le rapport d'analyse sur le WEB. Plagiarism What this handout is about This handout explains what plagiarism is and outlines steps students can follow to avoid plagiarizing. What is plagiarism? At UNC, plagiarism is defined as “the deliberate or reckless representation of another’s words, thoughts, or ideas as one’s own without attribution in connection with submission of academic work, whether graded or otherwise.” Why are my instructors so concerned about plagiarism? In order to understand plagiarism, it helps to understand the process of sharing and creating ideas in the university. Think of it this way: in the vast majority of assignments you’ll get in college, your instructors will ask you to read something (think of this material as the building blocks) and then write a paper in which you analyze one or more aspects of what you have read (think of this as the new structure you build). When you cite a source, you are using an expert’s ideas as proof or evidence of a new idea that you are trying to communicate to the reader.

Plagiarism Sharon Stoerger MLS, MBA sstoer@yahoo.com Articles ~~ Copyright & Intellectual Freedom ~~ For Instructors ~~ For Students Plagiarism Case Studies ~~ Plagiarism Detection Tools ~~ Term Paper Sites--Examples Additional Plagiarism Resources ~~ Additional Ethics Resources Articles Actions Do Speak Louder than Words: Deterring Plagiarism with the Use of Plagiarism- Detection Software In the spring semester of 2000, Bear Braumoeller, an assistant professor of government at Harvard University and Brian Gaines, an associate professor of political science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) began their plagiarism study involving UIUC students taking Political Science 100: Introduction to Political Science. This report details Braumoeller and Gaines' experience with the Essay Verification Engine, EVE, which they used to detect instances of plagiarism among the 180 students studied. Are More People Cheating? James M.

Plagiarism What is Plagiarism and Why is it Important? In college courses, we are continually engaged with other people’s ideas: we read them in texts, hear them in lecture, discuss them in class, and incorporate them into our own writing. As a result, it is very important that we give credit where it is due. Plagiarism is using others’ ideas and words without clearly acknowledging the source of that information. How Can Students Avoid Plagiarism? To avoid plagiarism, you must give credit whenever you use another person’s idea, opinion, or theory; any facts, statistics, graphs, drawings—any pieces of information—that are not common knowledge; quotations of another person’s actual spoken or written words; or paraphrase of another person’s spoken or written words. These guidelines are taken from the Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct. How to Recognize Unacceptable and Acceptable Paraphrases Here’s an UNACCEPTABLE paraphrase that is plagiarism: What makes this passage plagiarism? 1. 2.

About Online Plagiarism The Threat of Plagiarism Plagiarism is a serious and growing problem on the Web. At any moment, anyone in the world can copy your online content and instantly paste it onto their own site. After making minor changes, they will claim your content as their own. The Web is built on the hard work of honest people who devote their time and energy to creating original content. Copyscape was created as a free public service to address this growing problem. Preventing Plagiarism As with many other things in life, it is best to prevent plagiarism before it happens. Detecting Plagiarism It is up to you to find out whether someone has copied your content without permission. Responding to Plagiarism If you discover that someone has stolen your content, it is best to act quickly. Understanding Your Rights The Copyscape Resource Center will help you understand your rights and the laws that regulate online plagiarism. Learning from Others More information on Copyscape is available here.

Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The WPA Statement on Best Practices | Council of Writing Program Administrators Download a PDF version of this document. Plagiarism has always concerned teachers and administrators, who want students’ work to repre­sent their own efforts and to reflect the outcomes of their learning. However, with the advent of the Internet and easy access to almost limitless written material on every conceivable topic, suspi­cion of student plagiarism has begun to affect teachers at all levels, at times diverting them from the work of developing students’ writing, reading, and critical thinking abilities. This statement responds to the growing educational concerns about plagiarism in four ways: by defining plagiarism; by suggesting some of the causes of plagiarism; by proposing a set of respon­sibilities (for students, teachers, and administrators) to address the problem of plagiarism; and by recommending a set of practices for teaching and learning that can significantly reduce the likeli­hood of plagiarism. What Is Plagiarism? What are our Shared Responsibilities? Best Practices 1.

Plagiarism Stoppers : A Teachers Guide About.com > Education > Secondary School Educators > Cheating and Education An annotated list of links about plagiarism, a result of the designated search. Cut-and-Paste Plagiarism: Preventing, Detecting and Tracking Online Plagiarism Hot linked essay on the titled topic. Downers Grove North High School Library Articulate and comprehensive guide for teachers concerned with the issue. Provides tips for detecting, training aids, links to paper mills, search services, and articles about plagiarism. EasyBib.com Great free site for learning how or actually creating citations online which can be printed out or saved to disk. Offers MLA and APA formats for inexpensive student subscription or administrator subscription services. Ethics 101: Cheating, Plagiarism, Site Evaluation -- Copyright and Your Students Great list of sites that are useful for educating students about the ethics involved with copyrights, cheating, and plagiarism.

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