GEN_105_Check Point_Detecting Plagiarism

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After submitting the article to the plagiarism checker the results revealed that the article was a  100 percent similarity with an article written by Thomas F. Edgar. The checker also revealed the  website the article was copied from and also underlined in red what words and or part of the  article was plagiarized which in this case was the whole thing. If I was an instructor who  received a plagiarized paper my course of action towards the student would first be to report it  to the dean, principle, or someone of higher power. My second course of action would be to give  the student a zero for that particular assignment. My third course of action would be to make the  student redo that assignment and not give them any points for it. I would also make the student 
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course GEN 105 taught by Professor Adams during the Fall '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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