Unpacking McKenzie’s and Howard’s Antidotes to Plagiarism with Processes, Resources, and Assignments
Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy
An instructional designer who has provided support to faculty and a librarian who has provided support to students will share their analysis of research findings to unpack McKenzie’s “antidotes” to plagiarism and Howard’s use of patch writing for learning. Implications of the research will include discussion of more recent findings from The Citation Project and an examination of the role of teachers, assignments, and the Wikipedia paradigm in influencing student behaviors.
Library and Information Science
Ludwika A. Goodson and Shannon F. Johnson (2012).
Unpacking McKenzie’s and Howard’s Antidotes to Plagiarism with Processes, Resources, and Assignments. Presented at Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy, Savannah, GA.
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