Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Education Doctoral Graduate Continues to Plagiarize

In a previous post, I showed that a 2007 doctoral graduate of Ohio University's College of Education plagiarized in his doctoral dissertation. Now I want to show you that this graduate has continued to cheat after leaving Ohio University.

In 2007 Ohio University graduate, Dr. Mansour Aldojan, published a paper titled "Regardless of how innovative the faculty may be: Addressing Faculty Concerns and Differences about Adoption of New Technologies" in the Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2007.

The paper contains extensive plagiarism some of which I have highlighted here. Three of the sources he copied can be viewed here, here, and here. There is additional copying in the paper, but I did not take the time to mark every last bit.

Dr. Aldojan obtained a doctoral degree from Ohio University and he does not even know how to write a paper. Will Ohio University revoke his degree? Will his advisor be held accountable? Will his current employer be advised of his lack of qualifications? Will The World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications be notified that they published a paper containing extensive plagiarism? How many more Ohio University Education graduates do not know how to write?


Professor X said...

Reminder: Mansour A. Aldojan is a professor at the University of Jordan.

Anonymous said...

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

Is it okay to blow the whistle on corrupt coworkers?

Anonymous said...

Faculty plagiarism at Central Michigan University:

Trouble with the CONCEPT project at CMU

Note: Now a professor at Ohio State University, Azita Manouchehri is a University of Georgia Ph.D. Her mentor at Georgia was Dr. James W. Wilson.

See Margaret Soltan’s University Diaries blog for more about plagiarism:

University Diaries

Anonymous said...

“With all the plagiarism going on at Ohio University, one wonders if the state of Ohio is going after the plagiarism title…”

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