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Plagiarism and Programming: A Survey of Student Attitudes
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Journal of Information Systems Education Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 1055-3096

Abstract

This paper examines student attitudes towards a number of behaviors which range from acceptable means of seeking help on assignments to unacceptable behaviors such as copying from another student or paying someone to complete an assignment. Attitudes regarding such behaviors are compared based on the type of assignment (programming assignment, written essay, math problems). Findings indicate that students do perceive that there are differences in the acceptability of behaviors depending on assignment type. Further, the study examines the effect of an education campaign designed to increase student awareness as to which behaviors are permitted. Results suggest that faculty efforts to clarify expectations do result in a change in student attitudes regarding the acceptability of certain behaviors. (Contains 10 tables.)

Citation

Aasheim, C.L., Rutner, P.S., Li, L. & Williams, S.R. (2012). Plagiarism and Programming: A Survey of Student Attitudes. Journal of Information Systems Education, 23(3), 297-313. Retrieved September 27, 2022 from .

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