Plagiarism: professors and students who get caught and its importance in academia
Plagiarism is a very important matter in today’s world of academia. Adhering to all standards of plagiarism-free work is something also required within the realms of business and society.
Plagiarism is something that must be followed by both students and educators alike. For example, in recent news the CDIO Initiative in Sweden had retracted four papers on July 1, 2015 written by a Queen’s University professor due to plagiarism. It was found by the Queen’s University investigative committee that the papers “showed elements of plagiarism”.
While the investigation is ongoing, the lesson learnt is that one must always remember to reference where appropriate. This includes but is not limited to: when presenting and using another’s published or unpublished work, theories, concepts, ideas, data, source material, methodologies or findings, and graphs and images. Therefore, every writer and researcher (i.e. students, professors, and others alike) must be aware of their referencing duties.
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These originality reports determine whether or not a paper has been plagiarized, and offers you the peace of mind knowing that any paper we deliver will cruise through other plagiarism detectors such as Turnitin. Therefore, you can be 100% sure that we at Homework Help Canada take originality very seriously. When looking to complete your academic assignments, look to the professional experts at Homework Help Canada for all your essay writing needs
Rosen, J. (2015, July 28). Queen’s professor has papers retracted. Retrieved August 10, 2015, from http://www.queensjournal.ca/story/2015-07-28/news/queens-professor-has-papers-retracted/