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#digped Storify: Plagiarism Undone

 Published on March 4, 2013 /  Written by /  0

In the original prompt for this discussion, Sean Michael Morris writes, “Issues of ownership, intellectual property, and plagiarism are as old as the academy itself. But new media, and the permeability of text and image within them, create dilemmas not previously faced in our classrooms, research, and professional disciplines.” This isn’t to say that there haven’t been other dilemmas, or even other similar dilemmas, but the nature of our work and the modes of its dissemination are changing at an incredible rate. And our discussions of the ethical and legal implications do not always keep pace.

In this discussion, we considered specifically the ways that our notions of plagiarism have changed (and must continuously change) to accommodate new forms of scholarly and creative production.

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