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Bettaieb, Donia M.; Alawad, Abeer A.; Malek, Raif B. – International Journal for Educational Integrity, 2022
This study aims to remove some of the ambiguities of visual plagiarism in interior design (those related to the visual composition of space represented by line, form, shape, texture, time, colour, light, etc.) by examining the main detection methods, the extent of the issue, and the experiences and roles of academic interior designers. Two main…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Interior Design, Identification, Foreign Countries
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Alawad, Abeer A; Bettaieb, Donia M.; Malek, Raif B. – Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, 2022
Design spaces can be read in two complementary structural and compositional dimensions: the implicit dimension, and the formal dimension. This study aimed to answer the following questions: What are the phases of the original idea transformation in the design process? Does taking advantage of the implicit dimension of others' interior spaces count…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Interior Design, Graduate Students, Influences
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Elkhatat, Ahmed M.; Elsaid, Khaled; Almeer, Saeed – International Journal for Educational Integrity, 2021
One of the main goals of assignments in the academic environment is to assess the students' knowledge and mastery of a specific topic, and it is crucial to ensure that the work is original and has been solely made by the students to assess their competence acquisition. Therefore, Text-Matching Software Products (TMSPs) are used by academic…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Identification, Assignments, Computer Software
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Mattar, Mohamed Y. – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2022
Academic institutions aim at achieving the highest standards of education and learning. Consequently, they prohibit academic corruption such as cheating or plagiarism. This article examines how international accreditation and quality assurance standards embody academic integrity as a main factor in deciding whether an academic institution should…
Descriptors: Integrity, Accreditation (Institutions), Foreign Countries, Cheating
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Roe, Jasper; Perkins, Mike – International Journal for Educational Integrity, 2022
This article reviews the literature surrounding the growing use of Automated Paraphrasing Tools (APTs) as a threat to educational integrity. In academia there is a technological arms-race occurring between the development of tools and techniques which facilitate violations of the principles of educational integrity, including text-based…
Descriptors: Automation, Technology Uses in Education, Integrity, Plagiarism
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Dal-Ré, Rafael; Bouter, Lex M.; Cuijpers, Pim; Gluud, Christian; Holm, Søren – Research Ethics, 2020
For more than 25 years, research misconduct (research fraud) is defined as fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism (FFP)--although other research misbehaviors have been also added in codes of conduct and legislations. A critical issue in deciding whether research misconduct should be subject to criminal law is its definition, because not all…
Descriptors: Research Problems, Deception, Ethics, Criminal Law
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Kamzola, Laima; Anohina-Naumeca, Alla – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
There are many internationally developed text-matching software systems that help successfully identify potentially plagiarized content in English texts using both their internal databases and web resources. However, many other languages are not so widely spread but they are used daily to communicate, conduct research and acquire education. Each…
Descriptors: Indo European Languages, Computer Software, Plagiarism, Identification
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Lancaster, Thomas – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2021
Is academic integrity research presented from a positive integrity standpoint? This paper uses Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques to explore a data set of 8,507 academic integrity papers published between 1904 and 2019.Two main techniques are used to linguistically examine paper titles: (1) bigram (word pair) analysis and (2) sentiment…
Descriptors: Cheating, Integrity, Natural Language Processing, Educational Research
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de Lima, Jorge Ávila; Sousa, Áurea; Medeiros, Angélica; Misturada, Beatriz; Novo, Cátia – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2022
Previous research has shown that student plagiarism is the product of interplay between individual and situational factors. The present study examined the relationship between these two sets of factors with a particular focus on variables linked to students' academic context namely, their perception of peer behaviors, their experience of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Plagiarism, Peer Influence
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Jerke, Julia; Johann, David; Rauhut, Heiko; Thomas, Kathrin; Velicu, Antonia – Field Methods, 2022
This research analyzes the effectiveness of the list experiment and crosswise model in measuring self-plagiarism and data manipulation. Both methods were implemented in a large-scale survey of academics on social norms and academic misconduct. As the results lend little confidence about the effectiveness of the methods, researchers are best…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Cheating, Teacher Surveys, Foreign Countries
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Jiang, Zhuhan; Huang, Jiansheng – IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 2022
Advanced digital technologies and social media have greatly improved both the learning experience and the assessment convenience, while inadvertently facilitated potential plagiarism and collaborative cheating at the same time. In this article, we will focus on the strategies and their technological implementations to run exams, or in-class tests…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Educational Technology, Computer Assisted Testing, Cheating
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Krokoscz, Marcelo – International Journal for Educational Integrity, 2021
This study analyzes the possible occurrence of plagiarism and self-plagiarism in a sample of articles published in the Scientific Periodicals Electronic Library (SPELL), an open database that indexes business journals in Brazil. The author compared one sample obtained in 2013 (n = 47 articles) and another selected from 2018 (n = 118 articles). In…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Journal Articles, Periodicals, Electronic Learning
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Sun, Yu-Chih – Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 2021
Plagiarism is not an issue observed only among students; rather, it also occurs in the publications of researchers in academic journals. The current study explored how Nobel laureates, with the highest possible academic status in the world, engage in text borrowing. A list of 91 laureates in physics, chemistry, physiology and medicine, and…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Publications, Researchers, Duplication
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Alvi, Faisal; Stevenson, Mark; Clough, Paul – International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education, 2021
Paraphrase types have been proposed by researchers as the paraphrasing mechanisms underlying acts of plagiarism. Synonymous substitution, word reordering and insertion/deletion have been identified as some of the common paraphrasing strategies used by plagiarists. However, similarity reports generated by most plagiarism detection systems provide a…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Identification, Writing Strategies, Writing (Composition)
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Khan, Zeenath Reza; Dyer, Jarret; Bjelobaba, Sonja; Gomes, Sandra F.; Dlabolová, Dita Henek; Sivasubramaniam, Shivadas; Biju, Soly Mathew; Hysaj, Ajrina; Harish, Priyanka – International Journal for Educational Integrity, 2021
Any problem is a problem until a solution is designed and implemented. This paper reports on a workshop that highlights preliminary work done by the working group on Gamification in the scope of European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI), which aims to explore the possibility of developing and testing a gamified learning module on academic…
Descriptors: Game Based Learning, Integrity, Workshops, Plagiarism
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