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recognize other solutions. When the only tool you know is a hammer, everything
looks like a nail. Which is the tool: the computer or the user?”
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Center for Academic Integrity
Cybercheating: Resources for Teachers, Valle
Verde Library, El Paso Community College
The Mitt—Multimedia Integrity Teaching Tool—Ball State University (commercial product)
Plagiarism: What It Is and How to Recognize and Avoid It, Indiana University
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Handouts used to accompany presentation:
Term Paper Mills (PDF)
for the Web, September 2001