Plagiarism

Plagiarism

Carnegie Mellon University policies and resources

Carnegie Mellon University Policy on Academic Integrity

For students:

Statement on Academic Integrity – Addresses cheating and plagiarism.

Academic Disciplinary Actions are penalties or sanctions imposed for violation of academic regulations against cheating or plagiarism as defined by course and/or University Policy:

Undergraduate Academic Disciplinary Actions Overview
Academic Disciplinary Actions Overview for Graduate Students

For faculty:

How Can I Prevent Plagiarism? – Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation

How Can I Detect and Prevent Plagiarism? – Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation

Videos on plagiarism

What is Plagiarism? – by Rutgers University Libraries.

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What is Plagiarism in the Digital Age? – Boston University. (2010)

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A Quick Guide to Plagiarism – A SEA DEVIL TV production. (2009)

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Plagiarism and Academic Honesty – University of Mississippi Libraries. (2009)

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A Plagiarism Carole – University of Begen, Norway. (2010) [adult video, 5:13 minutes] Click the CC icon for English closed captions.

The Principal and the Lazy Plagiarist – Xtranormal by Jonathan Bailey. (2010)

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Safe Writing and You!– Funny. (2010)

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Before He Cheats: A Teacher Parody – Parody of Carrie Underwood’s video “Before He Cheats”; The Rock School, Gainesville, FL. [music video, 3:26 minutes]

Stephen Colbert on the Perils of Plagiarism – Funny. (2006)

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Saturday Night Live on Plagiarism – Funny. (2011)

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