Rest assured?

June 30, 2006

Worried academics who have considered turning to the Quality Assurance Agency for guidance on tackling student plagiarism might want to think again.

A senior academic revealed at a recent international plagiarism conference that sections of a QAA document on assessment bore an uncanny resemblance to her own work - yet an attribution was nowhere to be seen.

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