Are you a teacher whose students seem to be more gifted at copying and pasting online texts than actually thinking for themselves?
Do you feel suspicious when you read your students’ homework and it appears that they have gained native speaker-level writing skills overnight?
Are you concerned that your students think you are a fool who won’t be able to spot their blatant cheating?
Do you need to learn about or brush up on the most common types of plagiarism?
This really helpful infographic from elearninginfographics via blog.plagiarismsearch.com is here to help! Discover the top ten types of plagiarism, including the classic ‘Mashup’ – where a student brings together words from a variety of sources, and passes this hybrid off as their own work – without the relevant citation.