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Oxford University Press add "Jedi", "Klingon" and "warp drive" to new Shorter English Dictionary. "Among the writers whose literary citations appear for the first time are Tom Clancy and Nick Hornby, Helen Fielding and J K Rowling, creator of Harry Potter," says The Telegraph. But Ms Rowling's made-up word "muggle" - referring to people oblivious to the world of magic - is too new to make it this time ...More from What The Papers Say
Cheating's never been easier. Some professors blame the Internet for the rise in student plagiarism. Whether or not the Net has inflated this age-old problem, the biggest wave of new cheaters may still be yet to come ...More from Wired News
UK parents fail homework test. New research reveals many parents are unlikely to be able to help children with their homework. A thousand adults were asked to answer questions normally aimed at 7 to 11 year olds in Key Stage Two tests. Not one scored ten out of ten. The average score was just 4 out of 10 and 59% of the parents scored less than 40% ...More from Ananova
Plagiarist Booted; Others Wait. The University of Virginia has expelled one student for plagiarism after a computer program caught him in the act. More than 100 cases are still pending ...More from Wired News
Teachers fight Web plagiarism. Before her students write term papers, Melanie Hazen makes sure they understand one small thing: You can't put your name on someone else's work. Still, they don't see the harm in borrowing from a Web site. "Taking something straight off the Internet and using it as their own, they don't seem to think that's stealing at all," said Hazen, an English teacher ...More from CNN
Homework overload may hit grades. A heavy load of homework does not always lead to good grades, a UK and US research study has said ...More from the BBC
Oxford University Press adds Homer Simpson's catchphrase to new dictionary. "Doh!" has made it into the latest online edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, reports The Mirror. Other new words come from such diverse sources as pop music, Bridget Jones's Diary and the Indian film industry, says The Telegraph ...More from What The Papers Say
Britannica Does Britney. What is knowledge, and where do you go to find it? You may be surprised at what they're purveying at a certain formerly stuffy enterprise. Hint: It is called Britannica... More from Wired News USA
Students choosing Web searches over the card catalog. A steady stream of homework searches tell the tale of students becoming less reliant on the libraries... More from the Mercury Center
4.6 Million British people thrash around in the dark. Searching for homework help or indeed anything else on search engines? A poll for search engine WebTop.com, found that just 18 % of UK surfers say they find what they are looking for on the web. 67 % said they get frustrated when looking for information. The survey was conducted by UK research firm MORI... More from WebTop/MORI
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