The latest issue of the IEEE Transactions on Education (v51i2) has a special section on plagiarism. A bunch of the articles look very interesting, both to scitech faculty and to librarians looking to collaborate with those faculty. I haven't read the articles in detail yet, so I'm not sure if librar* are mentioned in any of them.
Here's the relevant parts of the TOC:
- Guest Editorial: Plagiarism by Kaynak, O.; Braun, R.; Kennedy, I.
- The Plagiarism Decision Process: The Role of Pressure and Rationalization by McCuen, R. H.
- On Students' Strategy-Preferences for Managing Difficult Course Work by Jian, H.-L.; Sandnes, F. E.; Huang, Y.-P.; Cai, L.; Law, K. M. Y.
- A Technological Tool to Detect Plagiarized Projects in Microsoft Access by McCart, J. A.; Jarman, J.
- Detection of Plagiarism in Programming Assignments by Rosales, F.; Garcia, A.; Rodriguez, S.; Pedraza, J. L.; Mendez, R.; Nieto, M. M.
- A Cautionary Note on Checking Software Engineering Papers for Plagiarism by Kaner, C.; Fiedler, R. L.
- A Longitudinal Study of Nonoriginal Content in Final-Year Computing Undergraduate Projects by Culwin, F.
- Towards a Definition of Source-Code Plagiarism by Cosma, G.; Joy, M.
- Avoiding Plagiarism in Contexts of Development and Change by Beute, N.; van Aswegen, E. S.; Winberg, C.
- Faculty and Student Classroom Influences on Academic Dishonesty by Broeckelman-Post, M. A.
- A Consideration of the Use of Plagiarism Tools for Automated Student Assessment by Graven, O. H.; MacKinnon, L. M.