Institutional plagiarism policy and Turnitin: perceptions and experiences of staff and students

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Starr, S. 2011. Institutional plagiarism policy and Turnitin: perceptions and experiences of staff and students.
AuthorsStarr, S.
TypeConference paper
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Presentation on research at Canterbury Christ Church University to the fifth one-day event on Institutional Policies and Procedures for Managing Student Plagiarism

(Input to session: Embedding Turnitin in policy and practice, Gill Rowell, Academic Advisor, Plagiarismadvice.org)

Year2011
ConferenceASKe: Fifth One-Day Event on Institutional Policies and Procedures for Managing Student Plagiarism
Official URLhttp://www.brookes.ac.uk/aske/Plagiarism%202011/index.html
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Deposited05 Sep 2011
Output statusUnpublished
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