The book, Clear and Concise Communications for Scientists and Engineers, has been recalled by CRC Press due to plagiarism (of me). Or at least they said it was going to be recalled: it is still available for purchase at CRC … Continue reading
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Just because I was curious … here’s how various publishers have dealt with books that contained plagiarism. Of course, publishers don’t always make public statements about such things, so if you have additions or corrections, please let me know. Similarly, … Continue reading
Open up a Powerpoint or Prezi show on the Internet and it is likely to be packed with text and images copied from others: no quotation marks and no image attributions. I think this is unfortunate, but not surprising — … Continue reading
This post is for public school principals and superintendents — people who are in a position to set broad educational policies and to rally teachers, staff, and students to achieve those goals. Here’s my plea: ask your teachers to use quotation … Continue reading
Just created a page called “Preventing plagiarism” under Tips>Academic. If you have a moment to browse, we could use your help. Spread the word.