[Air-L] New Book: _Student Plagiarism in the Online World: Problems and Solutions_

Gerry Mckiernan gerrymck at iastate.edu
Tue May 13 14:20:26 PDT 2008


I just received an ILL copy of A Most Excellent New Book on

Title: Student plagiarism in an online world : problems and solutions /

Author(s): Roberts, Tim S.,; 1955-  
Publication: Hershey, PA : Information Science Reference, 
Year: 2008 
Description: xxiv, 294 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. 

BTW: I've nearly finished Chapter 16 "Students And The Internet: The
Dissolution Of Boundaries"	
[I just received The Book yesterday] [:-)]

This Chapter Has Quite A Different Take On The P-Word Compared To  "The
Conversation" In The May 13 2008 Issue Of _The Chronicle Of Higher

"The Future Of Plagiarism"  


The HardCover is $ 180 ; The E-Edition is $ 132  [Paperback NOT

[ http://www.igi-pub.com/downloads/pdf/Roberts_brochure.pdf ]

See Below For TOC +


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>>Topics Covered<<

Alternatives to plagiarism 
Assessing textual plagiarism 
Assignments that support original work 
Blogging and plagiarism 
Contract cheating 
Contributing factors to online plagiarism 
Controlling plagiarism 
Educating students 
Information revolution 
Lecturer attitudes toward plagiarism 
Plagiarism and international students 
Plagiarism and the community college 
Plagiarism as an ethical issue 
Plagiarism detection systems 
Plagiarism prevention 
Plagiarism-related behaviors 
Student perspective of plagiarism 
Unintentional plagiarism 
Writing as a developmental skill

[ http://www.igi-pub.com/reference/details.asp?ID=7031&v=topicsCovered

>>Table of Contents<<

Section I: Some Groundwork
Chapter I: Student Plagiarism in an Online World: An Introduction 
Tim S. Roberts, Central Queensland University, Australia 

Chapter II: A Student Perspective of Plagiarism 
Craig Zimitat, Griffith University, Australia 

Chapter III: Controlling Plagiarism: A Study of Lecturer Attitudes 
Erik J. Eriksson, Umeå University, Sweden 
Kirk P. H. Sullivan, Umeå University, Sweden 

Section II: Two Particular Case Studies
Chapter IV: Dealing with Plagiarism as an Ethical Issue 
Barbara Cogdell, University of Glasgow, UK 
Dorothy Aidulis, University of Glasgow, UK 

Chapter V: Working Together to Educate Students 
Frankie Wilson, Brunel University, UK 
Kate Ippolito, Brunel University, UK 

Section III: EFL and International Students
Chapter VI: EFL Students: Factors Contributing to Online Plagiarism 
Teresa Chen, California State University, USA 
Nai-Kuang Teresa Ku, California State University, USA 

Chapter VII: International Students: A Conceptual Framework for Dealing
with Unintentional Plagiarism 
Ursula McGowan, The University of Adelaide, Australia 

Chapter VIII: International Students and Plagiarism Detection Systems:
Detecting Plagiarism, Copying, or Learning? 
Lucas D. Introna, Lancaster University Management School, UK 
Niall Hayes, Lancaster University Management School, UK 

Section IV: Two Specific Issues
Chapter IX: Plagiarism and the Community College 
Teri Thomson Maddox, Jackson State Community College, USA 

Chapter X: The Phenomena of Contract Cheating 
Thomas Lancaster, Birmingham City University, UK 
Robert Clarke, Birmingham City University, UK 

Section V: Prevention is Better than Cure
Chapter XI: Prevention is Better than Cure: Addressing Cheating and
Plagiarism Based on the IT Student Perspective 
Martin Dick, RMIT University, Australia 
Judithe Sheard, Monash University, Australia 
Maurie Hasen, Monash University, Australia 

Chapter XII: Plagiarism, Instruction, and Blogs 
Michael Hanrahan, Bates College, USA 

Chapter XIII: Minimizing Plagiarism by Redesigning the Learning
Environment and Assessment 
Madhumita Bhattacharya, Athabasca University, Canada and Massey
University, New Zealand 
Lone Jorgensen, Massey University, New Zealand 

Chapter XIV: Expect Originality! Using Taxonomies to Structure
Assignments that Support Original Work 
Janet Salmons, Vision2Lead, Inc., USA 

Section VI: Two Looks to the Future
Chapter XV: Substantial, Verbatim, Unattributed, Misleading: Applying
Criteria to Assess Textual Plagiarism 
Wilfried Decoo, Brigham Young University, USA and University of
Antwerp, Belgium 
Chapter XVI: Students and the Internet: The Dissolution of Boundaries 
Jon R. Ramsey, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA 

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