Estrategias y herramientas tecnológicas para evitar el plagio académico

Fernández-Ramos, Andrés . Estrategias y herramientas tecnológicas para evitar el plagio académico., 2017 In: La infodiversidad y el uso ético del conocimiento individual y colectivo. IIBI, UNAM, pp. 253-275. [Book chapter]

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English abstract

Academic plagiarism has been a problem to academic institutions for long time. In the last years, with the immense amount of information availabe on the internet, plagiarism has become very easy and quite usual among students and faculty. In this paper, the scientific literature is reviewed, and different strategies and tolos found to avoid academic plagiarism are analysed and discussed. Three main complementary strategies have been highlighted: prevention through academic honesty instruction, the use of specific plagiarism detection software, and specific policies’ implementation.

Spanish abstract

El plagio académico ha sido un problema al que se han enfrentado las instituciones académicas durante mucho tiempo. En los últimos tiempos, debido a la ingente cantidad de información disponible en internet, el plagio se ha vuelto mucho más fácil y más habitual tanto por parte de los alumnos como de los investigadores. En este trabajo, se revisa la literatura científica sobre el tema y se analizan y discuten las diferentes estrategias y herramientas tecnológicas para evitarlo. Se destacan tres grandes estrategias, complementarias entre sí: formación en el uso ético de la información, uso de software para su detección y la implementación de políticas específicas al respecto.

Item type: Book chapter
Keywords: plagiarism
Subjects: E. Publishing and legal issues. > ED. Intellectual property: author's rights, ownership, copyright, copyleft, open access.
Depositing user: Dr. Andrés Fernández-Ramos
Date deposited: 16 Jan 2018 11:32
Last modified: 16 Jan 2018 11:32


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