Free Complete Guide on How to Avoid Plagiarism https://unplag.com/materials/free-plagiarism-guide/book.pdf This guide was designed by Unplag plagiarism detection engine team to be a step-by-step tutorial for students and educators.
It contains both theory and practical advice, it explains what is/not plagiarism in a simple way. Moreover, it describes how to find your own writing, how to make research and much more. Besides, it has checklists on how to complete writing assignments.
Avoiding Plagiarism https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/589/1/ Avoiding Plagiarism
Research-based writing in American institutions, both educational and corporate, is filled with rules that writers, particularly beginners, aren't aware of or don't know how to follow. Many of these rules have to do with research and proper citation. Gaining a familiarity of these rules, however, is critically important, as inadvertent mistakes can lead to charges of plagiarism, which is the uncredited use (both intentional and unintentional) of somebody else's words or ideas.
Plagiarism Deterred Through Information, Not Threats http://bit.ly/doKBq8 Plagiarism Deterred Through Information, Not Threats
PlagiarismToday (Blog) http://www.plagiarismtoday.com/ PlagiarismToday
Plagiarism Today (PT) is a site targeted at Webmasters and copyright holders regarding the issue of plagiarism online.
Though it deals with many legal issues, in particular the DMCA and copyright law, it is not a legal blog and is, instead, a blog regarding a societal ill thatís effects may never be fully understood or comprehended.
Plagiarism and Copyright: Videos and PowerPoints http://plagiarismvideos.blogspot.com/ The link above goes to one of the Shambles "Forest of Theme Blogs" pages that provides videos and other multimedia resources to support the topic here.
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You Quote It, You Note It! http://library.acadiau.ca/tutorials/plagiarism You Quote It, You Note It! is an interactive tutorial designed to teach students the basics of avoiding plagiarism by learning why, when, and how to cite information sources.
Takes about 10 minutes .. recommended
Intellectual Honesty : Dalhousie University http://plagiarism.dal.ca/ Intellectual Honesty : Dalhousie University
Dalhousie University defines plagiarism as the presentation of the work of another author in such a way as to give one's reader reason to think it to be one's own. Plagiarism is a form of academic fraud.
Guidelines for Academic Evaluators Regarding Violations of Academic Regulations by Students (Senate) | Intellectual Honesty | Dalhousie Regulations and Policies for Students |
The Global Web Rights campaign http://www.copyscape.com/campaign.php The Global Web Rights campaign is dedicated to fighting plagiarism online, providing you with the tools and information you need to protect yourself against content theft and copyright violations on the web.
Protecting Your Rights | Preventing Plagiarism | Finding Plagiarism | Responding to Plagiarism | Understanding Your Rights | Learning from Others | About Copyscape | Guide to Preventing Plagiarism |
The Plagiarism Handbook http://www.antiplagiarism.com/ Welcome to AntiPlagiarism.com. In the Internet Age, plagiarism is flourishing as it never has before! Our new book provides teachers and professors with the tools they need to combat the problem.
Thinking About Plagiarism http://www.bedfordstmartins.com/technotes/workshops/plagiarismhelp.htm Thinking About Plagiarism - Strategies for Teaching with Online Tools
A better alternative than submitting every paper to a search engine--or worse, a pricey search service that will miss as much as it catches--is smart assignment design. Teaching students how to handle sources, along with regular discussions (not harangues) in courses about plagiarism, cheating, and academic honesty are better pedagogic alternatives to constant policing.
ABC (USA) TV Programe : Academic Integrity? http://abcnews.go.com/sections/primetime/US/cheating_poll_040429.html ABC (USA) TV Programe : Academic Integrity?
Cheating in American high schools is widespread if not endemic. And it usually works.
That's the report card from American teenagers. In an exclusive ABCNEWS Primetime poll of 12- to 17-year-olds, seven in 10 say at least some kids in their school cheat on tests. Six in 10 have friends who've cheated. About one in three say they themselves have cheated, rising to 43 percent of older teens. And most say cheaters don't get caught.
Cheating - 1952 film https://archive.org/details/Cheating1952 Cheating - 1952 film
Unable to get over his math anxiety, John Taylor convinces his compliant friend Mary to help him cheat. As if goaded by the narrator's mocking voice, John takes greater and greater risks until he's finally caught. And then he faces the greatest sanction of all, far worse than any punishment meted out by officialdom: the condemnation of his fellow students. He's booted from his position as Student Council rep.
Shunning is the punishment for great moral crimes. Surprisingly, though, Cheating doesn't mention whether John is punished by his school. The issue isn't that he's offended the authorities, but that he's betrayed his peers. And, in fact, the script doesn't really say that cheating is wrong, but that it's unfair to others.
Beating the Cheating http://go.vsb.bc.ca/schools/gladstone/About/Pages/School-Policies.aspx Beating the Cheating - A Webquest for Teachers
Teaching students whose technology skills far surpass ours as teachers creates interesting dilemmas for educators. Teachers assign the traditional research questions, whereupon students submit wonderful work that we know is the result of internet searching, ?ut and paste,?and a little slick polishing.
A System for Detecting Software Plagiarism http://theory.stanford.edu/~aiken/moss/ Moss (for a Measure Of Software Similarity) is an automatic system for determining the similarity of C, C++, Java, Pascal, Ada, ML, Lisp, or Scheme programs. To date, the main application of Moss has been in detecting plagiarism in programming classes. Since its development in 1994, Moss has been very effective in this role. The algorithm behind moss is a significant improvement over other cheating detection algorithms (at least, over those known to us).
Moss is being provided as an Internet service. The service has been designed to be very easy to use--you supply a list of files to compare and Moss does the rest.
You can use Moss from either Unix or Windows systems.
To use the Windows submission script you will need to replace the script you receive via email with the Windows version (see instructions for downloading scripts below).
Plagiarism Article http://www.yorku.ca/ycom/profiles/past/mar00/current/cover/cover2.htm New Plagiarism may be worse than the old because students now wield what he calls an "electronic shovel", making it possible to find - and save - huge chunks of information with little reading, effort or originality. "While the pre-modem student might misappropriate a dozen ideas from a handful of thinkers, the post-modem student can download and save hundreds of pages per hour," writes McKenzie, "We have moved from the horse-and-buggy days of plagiarism to the Space Age without stopping for the horseless carriage."
Turnitin.com ... Tours and Demos and Powerpoints http://www.turnitin.com/static/index.html Turnitin.com ... Tours and Demos and Powerpoints
Welcome to Turnitin.com, the world's most widely recognized and trusted resource for preventing Internet plagiarism. Turnitin.com products and services help educators and students maximize the Internet's educational potential by making it a safe place for research and learning.
If you've never been to Turnitin.com before, you might want to visit new to turnitin to get an idea how our site works. To see what you get as a registered user, take a look at our Turnitin.com tours and quickstarts. Or, feel free to browse our site, read about Turnitin.com in the press, or test out plagiarism prevention by signing up for our free trial.
Plagiarism and the Web http://www.wiu.edu/users/mfbhl/wiu/plagiarism.htm Plagiarism and the Web
Plagiarism is a perennial temptation for students and an eternal challenge for teachers. An event during the summer of 1996, however, seemed almost a re-invention of plagiarism--at least to some who responded to it.
So what is a teacher to do? Here are some suggestions (many of which also help with the much more common problem of papers borrowed or purchased from friends)
An Insider? Guide to Cheating http://www.infotoday.com/MMSchools/jan02/Cheating.pdf An Insider? Guide to Cheating
Definition of Cheating | Examples of Cheating | Why You Shouldn? Cheat | How We Know You Cheat | How You Get Caught | Consequences of Cheating | How To Avoid Cheating |
Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers http://www.virtualsalt.com/antiplag.htm Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers
The availability of textual material in electronic format has made plagiarism easier than ever. Copying and pasting of paragraphs or even entire essays now can be performed with just a few mouse clicks. The strategies discussed here can be used to combat what some believe is an increasing amount of plagiarism on research papers. By employing these strategies, you can help encourage students to value the assignment and to do their own work.
TurnItIn http://www.turnitin.com/ recognized and trusted resource for helping prevent Internet plagiarism. Since 1996, we have been helping educators and students ensure the Internet remains an asset rather than a detriment to learning.
Deterring plagiarism for nearly 3 million students and educators worldwide - growing at a rate of one new user once every 20 seconds - widely used in over 45 countries, at some of the world's most respected institutions - includes Peer Review, the only online collaborative learning solution to protect against peer collusion - the only class management system to include plagiarism protection
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Glatt Plagiarism Services http://www.plagiarism.com/ This site is designed to help deter and detect plagiarism ... although mainly focussed on higher education. Contains three useful resources .... 1. A Teaching Program (GPTeach) a tutorial program on what constitutes plagiarism and how to avoid it. .... 2. Screening Program (GPSP) to detect plagiarism... typically used in academic institutions or in the legal profession for cases of copyright infringement ..... 3. Plagiarism Self-Detection Program (GPSD) ... to help detect inadvertent instances of plagiarism.
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