Originally Posted by JayGXP
Originally Posted by redwingsfan34
yea if it was me I'd go to the dean... here if we get caught plagiarizing on one paper we flunk the class.
Why should teachers be able to plagiarize?
The only teacher that i have that uses powerpoints in her class is my Psych teacher, and I know she wrote them, because she wrote the damn textbook were using :P
ahahahah she plagiarizes her self.
Not to jack the thread by any means, but that apparently IS possible. I have been writing a massive research review on Autism for one of my neurology classes this semester, and we were hammered with plagiarism guidelines (as always with big projects) and I was told that even if I -- as a student -- had written a book on autism and didn't cite myself, I could still get charged with Academic Dishonesty, given an unforgivable F, and kicked out of the major/school. Ridiculousness. I'm sure if it WAS myself, it wouldn't go that far, but still...
Anyway, I'd say something to the dean about it as well. We are held to extremely strict ADH guidelines, and they should be expected to do the same. Regardless of who is reading your presentation, you should still always give credit to those who deserve it. Always.