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Martin Burrett

Plagiarism checker @Urkund creates fast analytical check for educators - 18 views

    "Towards the end of the academic year, it is time for many students to hand in their long-awaited assignments, signalling the end of another semester of inspiring teaching and learning. For their teachers, being faced with a collection of essays can seem overwhelming and being able to check the originality and authenticity of each one could take a considerable amount of time."
Glenn Hervieux

How to Stop Student Plagiarism Before It Starts - 3 views

    Good discussion on the topic with videos and tips on how to proactively help students to avoid plagiarisim.
Glenn Hervieux

Plagiarism Checker Tool - 77 views

    Nice free plagiarism checker tool - copy and paste in text or upload documents.

Stop Plagiarism: Tools to Stop Student Plagiarism - 82 views

    This is a site to help explain plagiarism and ways to teach it to students so they won't plagiarize.
Scott Snyder

Plagiarism Checker - 107 views

    Small SEO Tools offers a free plagiarism checker that shows where the entered content exists online. Journalists can use this to make sure their work is clean or follow where their stories are appearing around the Web.
Jennifer Carey

Plagiarism vs. Collaboration on Education's Digital Frontier - 89 views

    You make some very good points but I think you could go further. The reason we put so much emphasis on "originality" is because we were preparing students for a world in which they would have to prepare written and oral presentations individually. In the modern workplace, very little is done that way anymore. Authorship is not what it used to be. Now, everything seems to be collaborative, generated at "stand-up" meetings of the whole "team". I'm not sure the end result is better, but it's clear that the very concept of plagiarism needs reconsideration. What if we created exercises around the task of correcting other people's work? Wouldn't that be more useful and "creative"?
Glenn Hervieux

I Teach English to Great Kids...A Blog: Plagiarism and the Google Tools to Reduce It - 128 views

    Jennifer Roberts, a veteran English teacher in San Diego, and a Google Certified teacher, shares how she approaches plagiarism with her students and uses the tools in Google Apps & Google Search to help curb intentional and unintentional plagiarism.
Diana Irene Saldana

Copyright in a Copy Paste World - 109 views

    Web site that deals with plagiarism. Includes tools for students to help avoid plagiarism

Before He Cheats - A Teacher Parody - YouTube - 117 views

shared by gschott on 11 Jun 13 - Cached
    I've used this with my students. It actually has an impact! This school is quite close to where I used to teach.

Great Web Tools to Detect Plagiarism in Students Works ~ Educational Technology and Mob... - 215 views

    Summarizes the usefulness of major web tools available to facilitate intructor's ability to find plagiarism.
Sangita Damania - 60 views

    Plagiarism, Internet Safety, Search Engine
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