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How Does Technology Impact Cheating and Plagiarism? By: William Curtin, Bobby Tifft, Eric Bonilla, Chris Bugarin, Brandon Yung
Catholic View on Plagiarism You shall not steal. Seventh of the Ten Commandments of the Torah (Pentateuch) More broad sense of stealing, not just taking of private property
Catechism of the Catholic Church "The seventh commandment forbids unjustly taking or keeping the goods of one's neighbor and wronging him in any way with respect to his goods. It...
Catechism of the Catholic Church commands justice and charity in the care of earthly goods and the fruits of men's labor. For the sake of the common good, it requires...
Catechism of the Catholic Church respect for the universal destination of goods and respect for the right to private property."
Ephesians 4:28 "Anyone who has been stealing must steal no longer, but must work, doing something useful with their own hands, that they may have something..."
Ephesians 4:28 to share with those in need."
Various Rules of Conduct in Leviticus "You shall not steal. You shall not deceive or speak falsely to one another." plagiarizing = deceiving readers forcing them to believe you =original author
How does technology lead to cheating and plagiarism? "A Psychological Reports study found that students will use writing strategies that result in potential plagiarism when they face the task of paraphrasing advanced technical text...
How does technology lead to cheating and plagiarism? for which they may lack the proper cognitive resources" (Roig 979). More than 60 percent of students cannot tell the difference between paraphrased and plagiarized text (Roig 974)." Roig ml
Methods of Using Technology to Cheat "Scan and snack" o Peel wrapper and scan it o Reapply wrapper with Nutrition Facts or Ingredients changed into test answers iPods o Listening to lectures o Using Safari portal.com/articles/Creative_Ways_College_Students_Cheat_in_Schoo l.html
Methods of Using Technology to Cheat Watches o Hiding answers into watch, then pulling out before test Hacking into teacher's Computer portal.com/articles/Creative_Ways_College_Students_Cheat_in_School.html
Methods of Using Technology to Cheat Cellular devices o Taking pictures of the test o Quickly texting questions to friends o Getting Answers off of phone internet. portal.com/articles/Creative_Ways_College_Students_Cheat_in_School.html
Methods of Using Technology to Cheat Calculators o Sometimes allowed during tests o can type notes onto calculator to aid with tests. portal.com/articles/Creative_Ways_College_Students_Cheat_in_School.html
How does technology lead to plagiarism? Copying and pasting Buying a paper online o o In both cases, technology makes plagiarism easier
How Does Technology Prevent Plagiarism? Online services such as: turnitin.com Teachers accessing the same documents that students use to cheat. Easier for kids to access information, less need for cheating.
How Does Technology Prevent Plagiarism Plagiarism.org Copyscape iThenticate