Cite unseen: Combating plagiarism in college means understanding why students cheat
(ARA) - Plagiarism is nothing new, and it is certainly not limited to university campuses. But students should be aware that colleges are on the lookout for plagiarized work and they have a variety of tools at their disposal to find it.
It seems that no school is immune from cheating. Cheating scandals at the college level abound, even at some of the best-known universities in the country. In 2006, the Pew Internet Study found that more than 70 percent of American college students surveyed admitted to serious cheating on written assignments.
At South University, which has 11 campuses and thousands of students who study fully online, combating plagiarism involves a combination of education and technology.
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