Advanced Avoiding Plagiarism

Submitted by Kelleen Maluski on February 28th, 2022
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This lesson was created to help further discuss issues surrounding plagiarism after a quick introduction at orientation. It was created for pharmacy PhD students but I do believe it could be useful for many learner types. A large focus on this lesson was why it is important not to plagiarize with emphasis on oppression through traditional citation and review practices. Inspiration and/or content obtained from: Conner-Gaten, Aisha. "Politics of Citation Discussion Activity." CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), 2020.

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Learning Outcomes: 
  1. Students will understand the impact of plagiarism and why citing is important

  2. Students will reflect on oppression as perpetrated through traditional, textual citation and review practice

  3. Students will identify definitions of erasure and punitive and opportunistic plagiarism 

  4. Students will develop a strategy for citing


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Suggested Citation: 
Maluski, Kelleen. "Advanced Avoiding Plagiarism." CORA (Community of Online Research Assignments), 2022.