"Adam was the only man who, when he said a good thing, knew that nobody had said it before him."

-- Mark Twain


This site defines plagiarism and attempts to make tangible the rampant breadth of plagiarized work, particularly within the collegiate sphere. With the high accessibility and simple transfer of information (point, click, copy and paste) via the Internet, plagiarism has quickly become "a staple of college life," reports Mark Fritz of the LA Times. It also offers tips to deter and detect plagiarism and an interactive survey for readers to complete.



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Most Recent Update: April 16, 2000
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