Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Visualizing plagiarism: the Meehan case

In an interesting post titled What does plagiarism look like?, VizWorld presents a composite picture of pages of Meehan's thesis, with copied text highlighted in yellow.
Earlier, in the Poshard case at SIU, the SIU Daily Egyptian had a side-by-side comparison. Both Poshard and Meehan remain as presidents of universities.

VizWorld wrote: As another recent story suggests, plagiarism seems to be governed by a sliding scale, with consequences lessening as the wrongdoer’s status rises. One might ask Elena Kagan and Laurence Tribe.

See prior IPBiz posts, including



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