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Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 10:00 pm

For Suzan Bonnington, senior project coordinator at Lodi High School, finding plagiarism students is as easy as clicking a few buttons.

For years, local teachers and professors relied solely on their memories and suspicions when searching for signs of plagiarism among students' papers.

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  • posted at 5:47 am on Fri, Nov 30, 2007.


    Every day, children watch adults get away with things much worse than stealing. Bush's administration is chock full of liars and thieves, and our streets are crawling with violent thugs.

    Small wonder children think it's okay to steal someone else's hard work.


  • posted at 3:58 am on Wed, Nov 28, 2007.


    One wonders if there's some kind constitutional takings issue when a student is forced to submit a copy of their paper (free of charge) to a for-profit website.

  • posted at 3:57 am on Wed, Nov 28, 2007.


    When I did my senior project, it had to incorporate an activity (job shadowing or the like) and an oral presentation as well as the essay. Have those requirements now been removed?

  • posted at 3:43 am on Wed, Nov 28, 2007.


    plagiarism? only in iivable lovable lodi unified. just huyett's politically correct word for what my teachers all those years called "cheating"

  • posted at 3:32 am on Wed, Nov 28, 2007.


    Correction: One of the slogans we had on a number of plagiarism prevention promotional items is "Cite when you write," not "Cite when you're right."
    Comments: This was a campus-wide collaborative initiative, and members of the Academic Senate's Plagiarism Prevention Ad Hoc Committee were the engineers of Delta's first Campus-wide Plagiarism Prevention Awareness Week. Thank you for sharing our success and extending awareness of plagiarism prevention to our community.

  • posted at 3:16 am on Wed, Nov 28, 2007.


    One would think one would find plagiarism students in the plagiarism class.

  • posted at 2:56 am on Wed, Nov 28, 2007.


    You don't think many students will do what it takes to get an A without having to use their own minds?

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