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It varies from stealing music to copying someone else’s test, texting answers to classmates, or even buying a custom made essay. Students who procrastinate or are simply lazy are the typical customers who pay other people to write an essay for them. Because of the widespread use of the internet, students are now easily able to get a custom essay emailed directly to them without having someone in real life to do the task. Websites such as affordaletermpapers.com make a killing by charging a “minimum of $9.95 per page for a custom written paper. If the paper needs to be written immediately the price jumps to $24.95 per page” (Rawe
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The advent of the Internet has opened new ways for students to plagiarize written material. Not only can students copy material from individual Web sites, but they can use an online paper mill to pay for and receive an entire paper written by someone else. Educators are interested in the extent of Internet plagiarism, why some students plagiarize using the Internet, and what they can do to prevent students from cheating when they use online resources. I will attempt to address these concerns in this paper. The Center for Academic Integrity based at Duke University studies issues of academic integrity including trends in cheating and plagiarism across the United States.
When times get rough and tough it seems like most students do turn to the internet for a little extra "help". In Cybercheats it clearly shows how students use certain websites to get free or even pay for important papers and essays. As technology gets more advanced it appears that some people actually get lazier. Plagiarism plays a very important and major part in this article. It is clear that if caught plagiarizing you can be suspended, expelled, and/or receive an F on your assignment.
It can be as subtle as the inadvertent neglect to include quotes or references when citing another source or as blatantly unethical as knowingly copying an entire paper verbatim and claiming it as your own work." I believe they make this longer definition on a web page because plagiarism has become a bigger problem since the creation of the Internet. The Internet is a fast easy way to cheat on papers and ideas. It is incredibly simple to download entire term papers for free or for a small fee. Sometimes you don’t have to pay for a complete essay.
The Internet provides a vast set of research for the public to use, but this information is not always used wisely. Journals, magazine articles, and other sources of information on the Internet can be copied into documents without proper citation, and go undetected. This allows a student to claim another’s information as his/her own. This is one example of the piracy people can commit with the aid of the Internet. Today, one can use the Internet to download research papers from Web sites for free or for a small fee.
By having the agenda on the computer the teacher is able to print it off quickly incase a student loses it. Another way the computer/Internet helps teachers is they can get new lesson plans on line. There are many sight on line that allow teachers to go to get information on activities for subjects and for certain grade levels. They also can go onto chat rooms with other teachers and exchange information. By doing this teaches can talk about what works in their classrooms and what did not.
Some believe this is an infringement of free speech, while others find censorship of the internet a necessary evil in today’s cyber world. When you take an in-depth look at what is readily available on the internet it should make you wonder what should be available and what should not; however, we must always understand the information that is available on the internet can be a valid source of entertainment, education and an example of free speech. The entertainment value of the internet is ever evolving. The fact of the matter is that people of all ages use the internet for entertainment. Some of us read the newspaper for entertainment and the internet makes it possible to read articles from many newspapers without ever leaving our homes.
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