Resources

This section contains documentation covering a range of issues surrounding plagiarism such as dealing with the problem and assessing students’ approach towards it.  
The findings have been categorised into several different areas to enable ease of use and to underline the different areas of study into plagiarism.  Each category contains a wealth of information for you to download and read at leisure.
There is also a category entitled Top Ten of the main resources for any institution looking to develop or review an academic integrity or plagiarism policy.
The conference adopts an open publication model, by which individual authors/institutions retain copyright, but submissions are licensed for use with the
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, which does not permit commercial use or changes to the original work.