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Reasons Students Plagiarise by Mind Map: Reasons Students
Plagiarise
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Reasons Students Plagiarise

Topic / understanding of task

Time management

Procrastination

Study habits

Planning skills

Management of workload

Assignment /assessment design

Authenticity

Consistency of grading

Scheduling

Appropriate 'level'

Incremental

Instructions / expectations

Video:

Assessment in HE site

Fundamentals of effective assessment

Awareness

Consequences

Effect on learning

Ethics

Of what plagiarism is

How to check

Online checker

Misunderstanding

Break down of skills

Uncertainty of difference between collaboration, collusion & copying

Academic literacy skills

Referencing tools

Research skills

Critical thinking skills

Academic writing

Referencing conventions

How to - text

Notetaking

Paraphrasing / summarising

Argumentation / writing skills

Vocabulary

Confidence level / voice

Intimidated

'Expert' syndrome

Value placed on contribution

Motivation / engagement

Value placed on creativity / originality

Prioritisation

'Policing' without support given

Stress management

Disinterest / laziness

Performance anxiety

Pressure to pass

Competitivess

Education background

Culture

Skill focus

Availability of resources

Collusion

Internet

'Papermills'

Intent

Intentional plagiarism

Unintentional plagiarism

Peer pressure

Beliefs & attitudes

The language of study

Different L1

Register / appropriacy

Mindmap adapted from Owen, H. (2007). ESL students: Fostering skills to avoid plagiarism. In A. Jendli, S. Troudi & C. Coombe (Eds.), The power of language: Perspectives from Arabia (pp. 215-231). Dubai: TESOL Arabia.

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