Azerbaijan: 95 Percent of Plagiarized Textbooks University Material
The Copyright Agency of the Azerbaijan Republic informed recently that in the period 2003-2012, it had uncovered 30 plagiarized publications, including six scientific works, five literary works, two dictionaries, and one encyclopedia. The remaining were secondary school and university textbooks and school supplies.
The most interesting detail in these statistics is that approximately 95 percent of the uncovered plagiarized textbooks are university material.
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Source: Azeri-Press Agency (APA) online news portal
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