October 09, 2009

Ombuds a Resource for Students Accused of Plagiarism

An article in Macleans explains that plagiarism is easy to commit, easy to detect, and carries serious consequences for college students. “Usually it’s because they are not aware of correct citation practices so they don’t include quotation marks, they don’t cite their sources correctly,” says University of Western Ontario Ombuds Adrienne Clarke. The article recommends that students accused of plagiarism contact their university Ombuds office for help. (Macleans OnCampus.)

Related posts: British Classical Ombudsman Reports Spike in University Complaints (Including Plagiarism); University of Western Ontario Agrees to Changes Suggested by Ombuds; University of Western Ontario Posts Annual Report.

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