Selected Readings on Plagiarism
Resources From U.S. and International Colleges and Universities
Plagiarism and Antiplagiarism
Heywood Erlich of Rutgers University has assembled a thoughtful list of questions and resources covering faculty and institutional concerns.
The "ghostwriter" who anonymously indicted academics in an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education (2010) came clean a few years later. This is what he had to say about academics and plagiarism once he'd stopped writing papers for others.
Another recent article in the Chronicle makes a plea to educate students in academic integrity before they become educators.
Cheating 101: Term Paper Mills and You
Margaret Fain and Peggy Bates of Coastal Carolina University provide a brief overview of the status of "cut and paste" cheating. The list of paper mills is now out of date, because there are now too many too track.
The Council of Writing Program Administrators offers this extensive document on definitions and best practices to prevent plagiarism.