Not All Plagiarism is Created Equal
How Instruction Can Protect Institutional Reputation
For both higher and secondary education institutions, plagiarism has become a rapidly-growing concern for their academic reputations.
Plagiarism-free writing is no accident, but it requires skills and knowledge that many students simply do not have and to which they do not have ready access. Placing focus on helping students acquire these skills will lead to great benefits for educational institutions, including: instructors who feel more secure that they and their students are protected by the school’s policies, stronger student engagement, lower attrition rates, and more robust reputations.