11 octobre 2019

Près d’un étudiant français sur deux a déjà fait un plagiat

Le plagiat a beau être strictement interdit dans l’enseignement supérieur, les étudiants comprennent visiblement mal ce que ce terme veut dire, selon une étude européenne réalisée par l’université de Coventry. Plus...

Posté par pcassuto à 11:08 - - Permalien [#]

30 septembre 2019

La France toujours aussi passive face aux plagiats

Dans une enquête à charge, une professeur accuse l’université française de fermer les yeux sur ces fraudes et certains mandarins de plagier leurs doctorants. Plus...

Posté par pcassuto à 01:14 - - Permalien [#]

29 septembre 2019

Corée du Sud : le monde universitaire secoué par des plagiats massifs

200 professeurs issus de 50 universités différentes sont accusés de s’être approprié les livres d’autres auteurs. Certains éditeurs sont accusés d’avoir fermé les yeux sur la pratique, et pour certains, de l’avoir encouragée. Plus...

Posté par pcassuto à 21:15 - - Permalien [#]

27 septembre 2019

Can You Plagiarize A Photograph?

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Can You Plagiarize A Photograph?
You stand in the same place as someone did once before, point your camera in the same direction - usually at something obvious, like the Eiffel Tower or the Sydney Opera House - and you take what amounts to the same picture as your predecessor. Is it plagiarism? The answer is not so obvious as you might think. Certainly, there is a premium for originality - I was really pleased in 2004, for example, to have been able to take this photo of the opera house from a different angle than the thousands of shots taken before mine. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 13:58 - - Permalien [#]

15 septembre 2019

Plagiarisme di UNJ: persekongkolan akademisi dan politikus

The ConversationTemuan plagiarisme beberapa disertasi para pejabat publik alumni program pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Jakarta (UNJ), yang berujung pada pemecatan Rektor UNJ Profesor Djaali minggu ini, adalah contoh kecil dari carut-marutnya pengelolaan universitas di Indonesia. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 10:35 - - Permalien [#]

05 septembre 2019

Students Rebel Against Database Designed to Thwart Plagiarists

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Maria Glod[Edit][Delete]: Students Rebel Against Database Designed to Thwart Plagiarists, Washington Post [Edit][Delete] October 2, 2006
Well this is a good point. How can anti-plagiarism services operate without ignoring copyright? "They object to Turnitin's automatically adding their essays to the massive database, calling it an infringement of intellectual property rights." It's a good point, as is the presumption of guilt implicit in use of the service. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 07:43 - - Permalien [#]

12 juillet 2019

Plagiarism: Another Perspective

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Charles Nelson[Edit][Delete]: Plagiarism: Another Perspective, Explorations in Learning [Edit][Delete] August 9, 2006
Interesting take on what may be called "institutional plagiarism," including "ghostwriting, honorary authorship, political speechwriting and beauracratic documents." Certainly I have seen no shortage of presentations written by staff for some executive member or officer who will present it (it's always sad to see them flip through slides knowing nothing about their content). For that matter, what would we call a news article that reprints a press release? An editorial that reprints a campaign circular. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 07:54 - - Permalien [#]

24 juin 2019

The New Plagiarism

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Jonathan Bailey[Edit][Delete]: The New Plagiarism, Plagiarism Today [Edit][Delete] May 24, 2006
At the best of times I am pretty sceptical about accustaions of plagiarism. In this case, where the author depicts a type of (what he considers to be) excess block quoting with attribution to be a new form of plagiarism, I am inclined to side with the numerous critics of the piece. To be sure, there are blogs of the type he describes in our field. But I have never detected any loss of readership or confusion about attribution as a consequence. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 07:30 - - Permalien [#]

22 avril 2019

Credentials in the cloud: how will MOOCs deal with plagiarism?

The ConversationThe courses are “massive” with sometimes tens of thousands of students and “open” (free to enrol) but one big unanswered questions is how these courses intend to preserve their credibility in assessment and accreditation. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 18:39 - - Permalien [#]

21 avril 2019

Putin’s plagiarism, fake Ukrainian degrees and other tales of world leaders accused of academic fraud

The ConversationBut academic fraud is nothing new – and it wasn’t invented in the United States. In certain countries, my research on academic corruption attests, some public officials have built their entire political careers on the false pretense of scholastic achievement.
Accusations against Putin first surfaced in 2006, when an investigation by the Brookings Institution alleged he copied about 16 pages of his 200-page Ph.D. dissertation from other sources.
Twelve years later, the Russian strongman found himself defending against accusations that his dissertation had been ghostwritten. According to former Russian legislator Olga Litvinenko, Putin’s dissertation was written by her father, Vladimir Litvinenko, Putin’s academic advisor and the rector of Saint Petersburg Mining University. More...

Posté par pcassuto à 17:49 - - Permalien [#]