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-Going to the Source: A Guide to Academic Integrity and Attribution at Vassar College+  * //​[[https://​deanofthecollege.vassar.edu/​documents/​sources/​VassarGoingToTheSource.pdf|Going to the Source: A Guide to Academic Integrity and Attribution at Vassar College]]// \\ \\
  
-Three Unique Academic Integrity Challenges in Computer Science, by Jonathan Bailey:  +  * //​[[https://​www.turnitin.com/​blog/​three-unique-academic-integrity-challenges-in-computer-science|Three Unique Academic Integrity Challenges in Computer Science]]//, by Jonathan Bailey:  
-1. Plagiarism in coding +    ​- ​Plagiarism in coding 
-2. Ownership of works created +    ​- ​Ownership of works created 
-3. Changing Industry Standards+    ​- ​Changing Industry Standards ​\\ \\
  
  
-Originality in Coding, by Jonathan Bailey: +  * //​[[https://​www.turnitin.com/​blog/​originality-in-coding |Originality in Coding]]//, by Jonathan Bailey: 
-Coding is an art form / importance of attribution+    ​* ​Coding is an art form / importance of attribution ​\\ \\
  
  
-Plagiarism and Programming:​ How to Code Without Plagiarizing,​ by Jonathan Bailey: +  * //​[[https://​www.turnitin.com/​blog/​plagiarism-and-programming-how-to-code-without-plagiarizing-2 |Plagiarism and Programming:​ How to Code Without Plagiarizing]]//, by Jonathan Bailey: 
-“Part of this is that programming,​ in many ways, is still a new form of creativity. While we have centuries of discussion surrounding plagiarism and the written word, programming has far less history as a means of communication and it doesn'​t have the citation standards that we do with research papers.”+    ​* ​“Part of this is that programming,​ in many ways, is still a new form of creativity. While we have centuries of discussion surrounding plagiarism and the written word, programming has far less history as a means of communication and it doesn'​t have the citation standards that we do with research papers.” ​\\ \\
  
-Carol Edmondson. 2007. “How to fail a programming assignment”. SIGCSE Bull. 39, 2 (June 2007), 54–56. DOI: 10.1145/​1272848.1272884+  * Carol Edmondson. 2007. //​[[https://​doi.org/​10.1145/​1272848.1272884|“How to fail a programming assignment”]]//. SIGCSE Bull. 39, 2 (June 2007), 54–56. DOI: 10.1145/​1272848.1272884 ​\\ \\