TURNITIN? TURNITOFF: The Deskilling of Information Literacy

Tara BRABAZON [1]

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Plagiarism is a folk devil into which is poured many of the challenges, problems and difficulties confronting higher education. This article investigates how software -Turnitin in particular- is ‘solving’ a particular ‘crisis’ in universities. However, I investigate how alternative strategies for the development of information literacy offer concrete, productive and imaginative trajectories for university staff and students.
Plagiarism, intellectual integrity, information literacy, higher education
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APA BRABAZON, T . (2015). TURNITIN? TURNITOFF: The Deskilling of Information Literacy. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 16 (3), . DOI: 10.17718/tojde.55005
MLA BRABAZON, T . "TURNITIN? TURNITOFF: The Deskilling of Information Literacy". Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 16 (2015): <http://dergipark.gov.tr/tojde/issue/16948/176919>
Chicago BRABAZON, T . "TURNITIN? TURNITOFF: The Deskilling of Information Literacy". Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education 16 (2015):
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