According to Tella

According to Tella (2017), cited in recent study in Malaysia by Lauran et al (2013), the Internet is a rich source to reclaim information for student’s research and assignments. Actually, this is true in only one respect – scholars do have more referent sources. However, learners may invent that information their own, even replace their ideas. The act of fraud that is stated as presenting other people’s production without clearly acknowledging the source is named plagiarism. A 2011 study entitled “The Digital Revolution & Higher Education” indicated that over past 10 years, the proliferating plagiarism in students’ paper had been witnessed by 55% of college presidents. The Internet is making it more undemanding for students to plagiarize and cheat only with a click of the mouse.