Plagiarism tariff: let the punishment fit the demerit points

“Academics in the UK have drawn up a national tariff covering penalties for student plagiarism, which could be adopted as a worldwide system for dealing with offenders. Studies in this area have found high levels of inconsistency in the penalties universities employ to punish students who are found guilty of copying, with wide variations between, and even within, institutions …” (more)

[Rebecca Attwood, Times Higher Education, 17 June]


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