Why Do Students Plagiarise?

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Published on September 19, 2008

Author: cathryno

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Plagiarism is always a problem in schools, and this explores why the current generation is especially likely to plagiarise

Why do students Plagiarise? www.wcbvi.k12.wi.us/assets/clipart/student.gif Cathy Oxley 2007

Changes in Technology

User Expectations Any information From anywhere At any time It should be free They want to use it, pass it on or modify it Information from Belinda Weaver, UQ

Any information

From anywhere

At any time

It should be free

They want to use it,

pass it on or modify it

Millennials / NextGens Born between 1980 and 2000 Better at processing information visually Better at multitasking High usage of social software “ Nomadic” technology usage and “format agnostic” (…anytime, anywhere, anyplace!)

Born between 1980 and 2000

Better at processing information visually

Better at multitasking

High usage of social software

“ Nomadic” technology usage and “format agnostic” (…anytime, anywhere, anyplace!)

Trends Eight key trends of the 90s and 00s have had a profound effect on their generational personality: Focus on children and family Scheduled, structured lives Multiculturalism Terrorism Heroism Patriotism Parent advocacy Globalism http://www.generationsatwork.com/articles/millenials.htm

Eight key trends of the 90s and 00s have had a profound effect on their generational personality:

Focus on children and family

Scheduled, structured lives

Multiculturalism

Terrorism

Heroism

Patriotism

Parent advocacy

Globalism

Characteristics Be smart—you are special Leave no one behind Connect 24/7 Achieve now! Serve your community ‘ The next generation — those "born with the chip"— have grown up in the 1980s with computers and don't think of them as technology. They are part of their cultural DNA. The Millennials, at 81 million, form the largest population group since the Boomers at 87 million. The expectations and behaviors of this group will have a significant impact on the nature of the services (we) need to plan and provide.’ http:// www.generationsatwork.com/articles/millenials.htm ‘Generations at Work’

Be smart—you are special

Leave no one behind

Connect 24/7

Achieve now!

Serve your community

‘ The next generation — those "born with the chip"— have grown up in the 1980s with computers and don't think of them as technology. They are part of their cultural DNA.

The Millennials, at 81 million, form the largest population group since the Boomers at 87 million. The expectations and behaviors of this group will have a significant impact on the nature of the services (we) need to plan and provide.’

http:// www.generationsatwork.com/articles/millenials.htm ‘Generations at Work’

Millennials great lifestyle great life great job rewrite the rules reject the rules conform to the rules optimistic / realistic pragmatic / cynical idealistic celebrate diversity accept diversity diversity as a cause Millennials Generation X Baby Boomers

Collaboration ‘ This generation collaborates as a core ethos—e.g., in multiplayer web games, with IM, in co-laboratories, virtual classrooms, and chat rooms. It is exciting to have an environment where information can be introduced and processed and where life, play, entertainment, school, and work co-mingle’ (LibraryJournal.com Born with the Chip) “ There are currently 117620 people playing “

‘ This generation collaborates as a core ethos—e.g., in multiplayer web games, with IM, in co-laboratories, virtual classrooms, and chat rooms. It is exciting to have an environment where information can be introduced and processed and where life, play, entertainment, school, and work co-mingle’ (LibraryJournal.com Born with the Chip)

Online Sharing Share It Copy the results below and paste into any IM, e-mail or web page Popular Videos for Mobile Devices The wide variety of site content includes movie and TV clips and music videos , as well as amateur content such as videoblogging and short original videos. MySpace is a popular social networking website offering an interactive, user-submitted network of friends, personal profiles, blogs, groups, photos, music and videos internationally

Online Sharing "Perhaps my favorite thing about LibraryThing is that you can track down someone who shares your tastes and request a direct recommendation or ask them if a book you're thinking of buying is any good." Cade Metz, PC Magazine " LibraryThing " (July 21, 2006) "I discovered LibraryThing last night, and it is seriously the best thing that has ever been on the internet." Beccafridge Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world.

Second Life “ Welcome to Second Life. We are a global community working together to build a new online space for creativity, collaboration, commerce, and entertainment. We strive to bridge cultures and welcome diversity. We believe in free expression, compassion and tolerance as the foundation for community in this new world. Second Life is a 3-D virtual world entirely built and owned by its residents. Since opening to the public in 2003, it has grown explosively and today is inhabited by a total of 6,713,389 people from around the globe. From the moment you enter the World you'll discover a vast digital continent, teeming with people, entertainment, experiences and opportunity. Once you've explored a bit, perhaps you'll find a perfect parcel of land to build your house or business. Welcome to Second Life. We look forward to seeing you in-world.” http://secondlife.com/whatis/

Image from http://amityjihimediacenter.homestead.com/files/Plagiarism_PPT.ppt

What is Plagiarism? Taking someone else’s work, and using it as your own without acknowledging the source Plagiarism is intellectual dishonesty www.mansfieldschools.com/.../images/plagia2.gif

Taking someone else’s work, and using it as your own without acknowledging the source

Plagiarism is intellectual dishonesty

Digital Plagiarism The New Plagiarism may be worse than the old because students now wield an Electronic Shovel that makes it possible to find and save huge chunks of information with little reading, effort or originality. Jamie McKenzie http://fno.org/may98/cov98may.html

The New Plagiarism may be worse than the old because students now wield an Electronic Shovel that makes it possible to find and save huge chunks of information with little reading, effort or originality.

Jamie McKenzie http://fno.org/may98/cov98may.html

Why do students plagiarize? Lack of interest Laziness Lack of preparation Lack of understanding Competition Cultural differences Pressure / fear Excessive demands No consequences (Nancy W. Goss) http://www.whatheck.com/uploaded_images/big_burglar-767598-767740.gif

Lack of interest

Laziness

Lack of preparation

Lack of understanding

Competition

Cultural differences

Pressure / fear

Excessive demands

No consequences

(Nancy W. Goss)

Websites students may use www.cheathouse.com www.schoolsucks.com www.allpapers.com http://www.essayfinder.com/ http://www.schoolpaper.com/ www.a1-termpaper.com “ Welcome to the all new Essayworld.com , the ultimate resource site for students. With over 10,000 free essays, Essayworld is one of the biggest free essay sites on the Internet. Be sure to bookmark us and come back often “

www.cheathouse.com

www.schoolsucks.com

www.allpapers.com

http://www.essayfinder.com/

http://www.schoolpaper.com/

www.a1-termpaper.com

Quotations A quotation uses exactly the same words as in the original, and puts them in quotation marks Student work should not use too many direct quotations http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/bartWRHa.jpg

A quotation uses exactly the same words as in the original, and puts them in quotation marks

Student work should not use too many direct quotations

Paraphrasing Changing some words or punctuation, leaving out other words or phrases, but keeping much of the sentence structure and verbal content of the original. Paraphrasing without acknowledging is plagiarism www.pelhamweb.org/.../main/images/mousethief.gif

Changing some words or punctuation, leaving out other words or phrases, but keeping much of the sentence structure and verbal content of the original.

Paraphrasing without acknowledging is plagiarism

Referencing Detaiks should be recorded immediately Using a social bookmarking site like Diigo, Furl, Del.icio.us, StumbleUpon or Digg is the best idea because the website details are always there to refer back to www.lib.lsu.edu/.../images/plagiarism.GIF

Detaiks should be recorded immediately

Using a social bookmarking site like Diigo, Furl, Del.icio.us, StumbleUpon or Digg is the best idea because the website details are always there to refer back to

Effective Note Making Dot points No sentences Brief phrases Shopping list format Add reference details Close book / website Re-write into sentences using own words Quotations only word-for-word http://www.ouesd.k12.ca.us/Images/student-services.jpg

Dot points

No sentences

Brief phrases

Shopping list format

Add reference details

Close book / website

Re-write into sentences using own words

Quotations only word-for-word

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