Recently, plagiarism detection service Turnitin performed a survey of some 879 educators in a bid to understand what kinds of plagiarism were the most common in academia and, equally importantly, which were viewed as being the most problematic.
In a recent whitepaper posted to its site, Turnitin reported on the findings of its study and laid out what the educators said along with some analysis of their own.
The results were not shocking, but still provided a great deal of insight into both how educators view and treat plagiarism as well as what students are actually doing.
So what did the survey find?
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