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Thursday, 15 June 2017

Unijos battles plagiarism among students


THE University of Jos has revealed it will present literary theft analysts in the foundation to find out the innovation of understudies' fills in and prepare understudies on capable employments of web and online networking stages.

The establishment's bookkeeper, Dr. Stephen Akintunde, made these known while displaying a paper at a workshop on Media and Information Literacy, MIL in Nigeria themed:

Handling Religious Extremism and Counter-psychological oppression through Media Information Literacy .

In his paper introduction titled: ICT as a device for financial strengthening, Dr. Akintunde deplored the rate of inaction among understudies who while away time, fiddling with their electronic gadgets without conveying them to productive scholarly endeavors. He focused on that such propensity comes about into stray-considering.

As indicated by him, "ICT can be a quiet counter to psychological warfare as it is a light for financial exercises. Monetary strengthening draws in the brains and vitality and when you are engaged, you have a helpful method for applying vitality. Inertness offers approach to stray-considering and it is destructive; it is dishuse of ICT so the University of Jos Library will prepare individuals on capable employments of web and online networking. Copyright infringement criminologist would be acquainted in the college with determine the innovation of understudies' works."

The workshop was sorted out by the foundation's Department of Mass Communication in a joint effort with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO and papers introduced included Media Information Literacy as a proactive measure in fighting web radicalism and fanaticism among young people by Dr. Ismail Ibrahim of University of Lagos.

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