Dealing With Plagiarism: A Video Presentation

I’ve threatened over the past few episodes of the Copyright 2.0 Show to leap into video casting and today I make something of an inglorious debut in it.

What I’ve done is recorded and uploaded a modified version of a presentation that I gave to the Virtual Assistant Revolution group in September that goes over the basics of preventing, detecting and stopping plagiarism on the Web.

It is a lengthy presentation, this version clocks in at about an hour and twenty minutes, but it provides at least a decent overview of the issues at hand. It doesn’t go into much detail into any one issue, but offers fairly broad coverage of the needed topics.

The video is embedded in this post below the fold and is available directly from Revver. If you wish to embed it into your site or blog, please feel free to do so.

Also, I am taking requests for future videos. From here on out I plan to create much shorter videos, under ten minutes in length, that demonstrate demonstrating various aspects of fighting plagiarism. I am taking suggestions or requests for these upcoming clips.

Finally, my thanks goes out to the Virtual Assistant Revolution forum. They were a great group and I thoroughly enjoyed speaking to them. They were also very generous in allowing me to use this presentation in this manner.

I hope you enjoy the presentation and find it useful.

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