Name Instructor Course Date Zero Tolerance to Plagiarism Plagiarism can be described as taking the words ideas and the arguments of somebody else and using them without properly citing or accrediting the owner. When using the work of another party one should make sure that he or she has accredited the original author of the work. Some schools have enacted the zero tolerance to plagiarism policy. This puts the issue of plagiarism among the top issue but also advice the students on the methods which they can use to avoid committing plagiarism. Thirdly is isolating the cheaters. This will involve instituting punishment to those who commit plagiarism intentionally. Lastly it is formulating a flexible policy in the place of the zero tolerance to plagiarism policy. Works Cited Shamim Thorakkal. “Development of a Guideline to Approach Plagiarism in Indian Scenario.”Indian Journal of Dermatology 2014 vol. 59 no. 5 pp. 473-475. [...]
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