Tsinghua University in Beijing is one of the first universities in China to expand plagiarism detection to daily assignments. Photo: Imaginechina Tsinghua University in Beijing is one of the first universities in China to expand plagiarism detection to daily assignments. Photo: Imaginechina
Tsinghua University in Beijing is one of the first universities in China to expand plagiarism detection to daily assignments. Photo: Imaginechina
China Society

How Chinese universities are tackling plagiarism - and is it working?

  • Tertiary institutions are setting limits on the amount of material that students can duplicate in dissertations
  • Some academics have doubts, saying there should be a zero-tolerance policy on plagiarism

Topic |   China Society
Tsinghua University in Beijing is one of the first universities in China to expand plagiarism detection to daily assignments. Photo: Imaginechina Tsinghua University in Beijing is one of the first universities in China to expand plagiarism detection to daily assignments. Photo: Imaginechina
Tsinghua University in Beijing is one of the first universities in China to expand plagiarism detection to daily assignments. Photo: Imaginechina
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