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IMPORTANT: No technical support is available from APSU tutorial developers.

Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping modified material 2005-2006 by San Jose State University. APSU's modification is based on the orginal Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping 2003-2004. Austin Peay State University Library.


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Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping contains original text, graphics, animations, and interactive quizzes. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping Open Publication License.

Credits

We would like to thank the San Jose State University Libraries Team for creating the "Plagiarism: The Crime of Intellectual Kidnapping" tutorial. We have done some minor tailoring to APSU and are currently using it in APSU 1000 Introduction to the University, a one-credit course for first year students.

Nancy Snyder Gibson Revised content, Project Manager
Lori Buchanan Quiz questions & answers linked to information literacy learning outcomes
Aaron Dobbs Dynamic quiz and report databases

Additional thanks goes to David Johnson, APSU Printing Services, for the graphic images created and tutorial graphic design suggestions; and to Sharnette Frazier and Robert Hensley, Woodward Library Student workers, photographed for the tutorial home page image.


Plagiarism Tutorial Reports for Faculty

If you are an APSU 1000 instructor and want to get your students' Prequiz and Quiz results, go to:
http://library.apsu.edu/plagiarism/reports

The username is:     apsu\<APSU outlook username>

The password is      <APSU outlook password>

If you are NOT teaching APSU 1000, but are an APSU Professor or Instructor, you may have your students take the quizes for fun and look for your students' names.  If you believe you will be using the Plagiarism tutorial on a regular basis, email Nancy Snyder Gibson to have your name added to the list.

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