Where students turn for sources

Turnitin US have produced an infographic, based on a white paper which takes a look into the web sources and writing practices of secondary and higher education students in the United States.

The full white paper, Plagiarism and the Web: A Comparison of Internet Sources for Secondary and Higher Education Students, can be viewed here.

Source: Turnitin newsletter, TURNITIN RE:MARKS, November 2011

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