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FRIT 7234 - Ethical Use in the 21st Century

What's the Best Way for Colleges to Prevent Cheating?

Can new technologies help counter today's ever-evolving strategies for cheating—and discourage students from doing it in the first place?

CNN analysis: Some college athletes play like adults, read like 5th-graders

CNN investigation reveals an alarming number of college athletes who read as low as an elementary school level.

Check yourself (with Grammarly) before you wreck yourself.

Check your papers, assignments, and documents for plagiarism. Generate citations, check for grammar errors, and improve the quality of your writing.

Lines on Plagiarism Blur for Students in the Digital Age

Many students simply do not grasp that using words they did not write is a serious academic misdeed.

Plagiarism: Lesson One

Professor Andrew Young discusses "What is Plagiarism?" The video makes reference to Florida State College of Jacksonville (FSCJ).

Student Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism

Student Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism

Advertising: What is a Copyright, Patent and Trademark?

When a person develops an original idea or creation, he or she will want to be identified as its creator. This is important because it offers protection against others who may claim to have thought of, written or made the item. Identifying oneself as the original creator or founder will ensure that the proper credit, recognition, and compensation are received. Ideally, this should be done before the finished product is advertised or made available to the public. In order to do this, a person will want to look into copyrights, patents, and trademarks for their invention or creation. It is important to understand what type of protection is necessary and why.