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Cheating in School— How the Digital Age Affects Attitudes About Plagiarism [Infographic]

By on September 26, 2011
Cheating, Infographics, Required, Technology

Cut and paste makes plagiarism seem innocuous and almost second nature to students. Cheating is cheating, but this infographic asks the question, “How does living in a digital world change the perception of plagiarism?”

 

infographic by Schools.com

via Schools.com: INFOGRAPHIC: Cheating in School: How the Digital Age Affects Cheating and Plagiarism.

 



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