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
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If you are in need of a slide showing examples of plagiarism, the one at right might work for you. My suggestion is to show the image in class and ask students to choose the plagiarist they’d like to hear … 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.
One of the many great scenes in ¡Three Amigos! is the impassioned speech about rising up against the obstacles that all of us face in life. It’s a speech everyone should commit to memory. I like it so much I … Continue reading
This post is about a non-profit that calls itself the The Consortium for Plant Biotechnology Research, Inc. (www.cpbr.org). It promotes biotech research, and, apparently, has low regard for intellectual property. Or at least for my intellectual property. Read on if … Continue reading