Plagiarism: it’s a sticky wicket teachers inevitably have to deal with, if only to think through a course policy that makes sense for them. In this episode, Steve Engel provides some guiding light and enlightening perspectives on this age-old problem. Read more about the complexities of plagiarism with the help of an extensive bibliography from Steve. For more practical advice on preventing, teaching about, and dealing with plagiarism, take a look at Beyond Plagiarism, a resource created by the Sweetland Center for Writing and the University of Michigan Library. And finally, check out Steve’s work on some contemporary, public instances of plagiarism from Senator John Walsh’s master’s thesis, reported by the New York Times in 2014, to Melania Trump and others.