cyberplagiarism

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ plagiarism

NounEdit

cyberplagiarism (uncountable)

  1. Plagiarism of work found on the Internet.
    • 2000, Gunther Eysenbach, Report of a Case of Cyberplagiarism (in The Journal of Medical Internet Research vol. 2).
    • 2007, Paul G Harwood, Victor Asal, Educating the First Digital Generation
      She sees cyberplagiarism as a huge problem, and "kids, well, they just don't seem to care."
    • 2007, Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, Encyclopedia of Children, Adolescents, and the Media
      Cyberplagiarism, or copying from the Internet, is another problem rampant in schools, enabled by Internet access.
    • 2008, Charles Bazerman, Handbook of Research on Writing
      Now there is also cyberplagiarism, which refers, among other things, to putting together borrowed and unattributed material read on and drawn from the World Wide Web.
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