How easy is it to hand in a paper you didn’t write?
Academic cheaters and plagiarists may not prosper, but they are inventive
What students are talking about today (January 14th)
What students are talking about today (January 9th)
The Globe is giving us no practical indication whatsoever of how seriously it takes plagiarism
Texas tuition freeze, a stabbing & mandatory women’s studies
How the Internet first killed, then crowdsourced fact-checking
In January, the Globe and Mail… appointed longtime editor and correspondent Sylvia Stead its first “public editor”. What say we pause right there, before we go any further? The job
Ioan Mang, the education and research minister in Romania’s new government, resigned Tuesday after allegations surfaced that at least eight of his academic papers had been lifted, nearly entire, from…
The (surprisingly) most-read stories of 2011
The academy comes down too hard on honest mistakes
Star academics get light punishments for lifting ideas
Victory for student groups
Barbara Sherwin got off easy
Is sharing notes cheating?
Professors must fight plagiarism, even when it’s hard
Did outing cheaters lead to poor evaluations, lower raise?