Educating Students About Plagiarism (2012)Author(s): Marika Lamoreaux, Kim Darnell, Elizabeth Sheehan, and Chantal Tusher
Affiliation: Georgia State University
Description: This resource contains materials to help educate students about plagiarism and help faculty understand how to handle it if it occurs. Included are an overview for faculty "Educating Students," a slide show for a lecture "Plagiarism," a worksheet for students "Recognizing Plagiarism," a plagiarism contract students sign "Plagiarism Contract," suggested answers faculty can offer to respond to common student excuses "Answers to Common Excuses," and a flowchart showing how one university handles plagiarism reports "Academic Dishonesty Flowchart."
Beyond Milgram: Expanding Research Ethics Education to Participant Responsibilities (2012)Author(s): Larissa K. Barber (Northern Illinois University) and Patricia G. Bagsby (Saint Louis University)
Description: This 33 page document describes participant ethics and an educational approach to participant rights and responsibilities that addresses the reciprocal nature of the researcher-participant relationship. It also provides four instructor resources: (a) websites that discuss participants rights and responsibilities, (b) a student learning module, (c) supplemental module resources (a Knowledge Retention Quiz, Answers to the quiz, a questionnaire to assess studentsí beliefs about research ethics, and suggested discussion questions), and (d) references for additional resources and readings.
Note: 2011 OTRP Instructional Resource Award
Scientific Misconduct: An Annotated Bibliography of Articles Selected for Their Lecture Development Value (1994)Author(s): Patricia Keith-Spiegel, Keith Aronson, and Michelle Bowman
Affiliation: Ball State University
Description: 7 pages
Sensitizing Undergraduate Students to the Nature, Causes, Scope, and Consequences of Research Fraud: Preliminary Report (1993)Author(s): Patricia Keith-Spiegel (Ball State University), Howard Lee (California State University-Northridge), Robin Zinn-Monroe (California State University-Northridge), and Gary Brian Spiegel (University of Minnesota Law School)
Description: 6 pages