To help students learn about unintentional plagiarism, encourage them to review the Understanding Plagiarism Guide and our YouTube videos about Using & Citing Sources. When assigning research projects, let students know which citation style is required and direct them to citation resources.
Policies & Incident Questions
The Community College of Vermont’s Academic Honesty Policy (PDF) defines plagiarism as “the presentation of the language, ideas, or thought of another person as one’s own work in the preparation of a paper, laboratory report, oral presentation, or any other presentation.” If you suspect a student of academic dishonesty, need assistance determining potential instances of plagiarism, or want more information about TurnitIn, please contact your CCV Coordinator.
The Vermont Tech’s Academic Honesty Policy (PDF) defines plagiarism as “offering as one’s own work the words, ideas, or arguments of another person, without appropriate attribution.” If you suspect a student of academic dishonesty, or need assistance determining potential instances of plagiarism, please contact Associate Academic Dean Rosemary Distel at firstname.lastname@example.org.