Working Title: Academic Plagiarism: Librarians’ solo and collaborative efforts to curb academic plagiarism
CFP URL: https://gbcir.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_ebXDPRALjnJyDxb
In consultation with Jessica Gribble, senior acquisitions editor with Libraries Unlimited / ABC-CLIO, Russell Michalak, MLIS and Monica D.T. Rysavy, Ph.D. are soliciting chapter proposals for this proposed edited collection.
The general timeline we are proposing is a completed volume by January 2020 so you would have several months to work on your contribution. If you are interested in authoring a chapter, please complete this form by the end of the day on Friday, February 22, 2019.
About this Collection
This edited collection will be a compilation of current practical case studies of academic libraries and librarians working with other college departments, faculty, and/or students to help combat the continued concerns related to student plagiarism – both intended and accidental – due to the variety of definitions for plagiarism. The intended audiences for this collection are academic librarians, faculty, and administrators as well as writing centers and other services related to college student research and/or writing.
Note: Please be advised that proposals for this collection should represent original, not previously published work. This includes book chapters, journal articles, and editorials/columns. Thank you for understanding!