Re: Ethics of Helping with Student Papers (summary-long)

Subject: Re: Ethics of Helping with Student Papers (summary-long)
From: Ellen Fenwick <ellefenw -at- MAILSTN -dot- SARMC -dot- ORG>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 1996 07:54:50 -0700

Of course, it would be perfectly ethical for a student to seek editorial
assistance for a dissertation, if the professor urges it.

Students for whom English is a second language quite often need more help.
However, one university writing center director I spoke with said that
they do not treat ESL students any differently than other students, they
just end up spending more time with them.

Ellen Fenwick
ellefenw -at- mailstn -dot- sarmc -dot- org


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