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Published 17 Feb 2017 • 5 mins read

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JISC Why do students plagiarise?

This resource looks at the reasons why students might plagiarise.

Understanding the reasons why students might plagiarise is the first step in developing effective strategies to reduce the incidence of plagiarism.

This short article explores six reasons why students might plagiarise.

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