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Dear Undergraduate Student (III)

“Over the course of a college career, you will sometimes get a better grade than you probably deserve for this or that assignment, and sometimes you will get a worse grade than you deserve.” Continue reading

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Dear Undergraduate Student (II)

I appreciate that technical difficulties prevented you from uploading your assignment when you attempted to do so on Monday night. However, in order to be consistent and fair to all students, I unfortunately can’t give you credit for this assignment… Continue reading

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Why Is Plagiarism So Bad? A Comparison to Ancient Literature

Why am I as a professor so panicked about students following–for example–the authors of the New Testament in quoting without quotation marks, or alluding without footnotes? Continue reading

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Dear Undergraduate Student…

I am pleased that you have chosen to take my course this term. I would like to communicate to you my expectations for our time spent together…. Continue reading

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