RefME Reveals Students’ Attitudes Towards Plagiarism | Andrew Robertson – EDU

The following post is from Microsoft in Education Partner RefME, the team behind RefME for Word – a tool for students and researchers. Last month saw the launch of RefME for Word, and was previously covered on the Microsoft Further Education Blog.
RefME Reveals Students’ Attitudes Towards Plagiarism
Survey finds 1 in 2 students had lost marks for referencing incorrectly
When it comes to building a bibliography and citing sources, students are often stumped, finding the process frustrating overall. Given it’s a fundamental element within all stages of one’s education, it becomes all the…

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