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Plagiarism Workshop: How to Avoid, not How to Do! This overview of plagiarism was organized and narrated by Dr. Mona Wicks based on the work of Dr. David L. Armbruster, Emeritus Professor of UTHSC.
How to Recognize Plagiarism: Tutorials and Tests were developed by the Instructional Systems Technology (IST) Department at Indiana University. Tutorials and tests are organized at different levels: Basic, Novice, Intermediate, and Advanced. Certification tests are also available for participants. Each Certification Test typically takes 5 to 10 minutes. Registration is required.
Plagiarism Tutorial from University of Southern Mississippi. You can take the pre- and post-quizzes to test your knowledge.
Identifying Plagiarism: Purpose of Tutorial from the University of North Carolina Libraries. The tutorial will take approximately 25 minutes and includes an 8-question quiz at the end.
- iThenticate is a plagiarism-detection software site. Through UTK, UTHSC faculty and students can login to iThenticate and upload a document. iThenticate scans it, and then generates a report that points out potentially problematic sections or citation errors within the paper.
- SafeAssign at UTHSC was built into UTHSC Blackboard application. It compares students’ papers to a local and national database of other student submissions and returns a score and highlighted portions of the paper that allow faculty to decided whether or not to conduct a plagiarism investigation. Additional instruction for using SafeAssign on Blackboard.
- Avoiding plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and other questionable writing practices: A guide to ethical writing.This site contains a number of resources on ethical writing including plagiarism, self-plagiarism, and lesser crimes.
- Plagiarism.org is designed to provide the latest information on online plagiarism and explain what is plagiarism,types of plagiarism,how to prevent plagiarism, and how Turnitin and iThenticate are now being used by educators and content creators to fight plagiarism.
- Avoiding Plagiarism developed by the Purdue University Online Writing Lab offering information on the contradictions of American academic writing, guidelines on what constitutes plagiaristic writing and how to avoid it.