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Fighting plagiarism and fabrication in the media should start in the newsroom and before that in the classroom.
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ACES teamed up with 10 journalism organizations to release an e-book, "Telling the Truth and Nothing But," for media professionals responding to plagiarism.
The ACES Education Fund awarded five collage students with 2012-13 scholarships.
Plagiarism has the power to decimate a publication's integrity and copy editors are the primary defense against it.
Spotting plagiarism isn't always obvious, but former New York Times senior editor Bill Connelly offers some advice for identifying fabrication.