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Checks students' work for proper citation and potential plagiarism.
Free site allows instructors to copy & paste text and check for similar language on the web.
How to Recognize Plagiarism
- Great tutorial from Indiana University on how to avoid plagiarism in your writing. Provides word-for-word and paraphrasing plagiarism examples
, practice areas with feedback, and a test
with feedback and completion certificate.
The Integration of Rational Choice and Self-Efficacy Theories: A Situational Analysis of Student Misconduct.
Research on the causes of student misconduct in higher education has largely overlooked the values of integrating individual and situational perspectives to structure empirical examinations. This article examines situational perspectives to plagiarism.
The Plagiarism Checker
Cut & paste your student's paper or homework assignment into the box, and click the "check" button. This free plagiarism detector will find plagiarized text in homework and other essays/reports.
Site will check your text up to 5,000 characters (Sign-up for a free account)
Upload or copy/paste your text to check for plagiarism. Word, text document or HTML limit of 1.000 words or 300KB.
Twenty-First Century Forces Shaping Academic Integrity.
The article discusses the impact of technology, academic capitalism, institutional constraints and diversity on academic misconduct in post secondary education in the U.S.
What is Plagiarism?
- This site is designed to help educators and students develop a better sense of what plagiarism means in the information age, and to teach the planning, organizational, and citation skills essential for producing quality writing and research.
Plagiarism & Copyright Overview