After saying in October that using anti-plagiarism software would undermine the trust between the university and its students, Harvard University is now licensing that software from iParadigms LLC.

The Bloomberg story cites a sobering statistic:

Of 56,611 undergraduates surveyed in a 2005 study by Duke University’s Center for Academic Integrity, 37 percent admitted copying Internet material without attribution, compared with 10 percent in 1999.

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