creative commons

Mar 2013 |

Text: Keeping the Balance: Copyright, Plagiarism, and Creative Code in the Classroom | BRAD TOBER


While the definitions of copyright infringement and plagiarism are distinct, their applications in practice often feature overlaps and intersections. Some cases of copyright infringement might also be cases of plagiarism, while other situations may be characterized as only one of the two definitions[1]. In academic settings, plagiarism often receives more attention, due to its focus on individual integrity; copyright infringement can be, and is, overlooked under claims of fair use.

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