This article addresses the problem of plagiarism on the Internet and offers practical guidelines and instructions for dealing with that problem. While technology-based tools such as plagiarism detection services are discussed, primary focus is given to stopping plagiarism before it occurs. Prevention ahead of time is considered far better than detection later in time. Good prevention techniques involve educating the faculty in terms of how they can better "plagiarism-proof' their assignments, and encouraging the administration to create academic plagiarism policies, academic integrity codes, and Christian academic policy statements. This article developed from a workshop presentation made at the 2002 Association of Academic Christian Librarians' Annual Conference.
"Plagiarism On The Internet,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 46
, Article 4.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol46/iss2/4