We live in a digital culture where norms around copying, reuse and sharing are colliding with core principles of academic integrity. iParadigms, creators of Turnitin and a leader in originality checking and online grading, today announced the results of a new plagiarism study which shows that U.S. secondary school students rely more heavily on social networks for content in their papers and less on cheat sites and paper mills compared to college students. See more below, see even more by clicking on the image.
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