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Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorials
What is plagiarism?
Plagiarism is using other's ideas or words without acknowledging the source of information.
Tip: Avoiding Plagiarism
Give credit whenever you use......
- Another person's idea, opinion, or theory
- Facts, statisitics, graphs, drawings
- Quotations of another person's actual spoken or written words
Check for plagiarism
PlagiarismChecker.com allows you to search for several phrases from your paper at the same time without having to type quotation marks or special operators, which most search engines require if you're trying to look for exact copies of a student's writing. This site automatically adds the quotation marks and special operators for you.
Use this checklist to keep track of your activities as you work with sources and as you
integrate information and ideas from your sources into your project document.
Grammarly is an online grammar and spelling checker that improves communication by helping users find and correct writing mistakes.
Quetext is a free intelligent plagiarism detection software. Simply input your text, and it will be analyzed based on its lexical frequencies, matching phrases, word-choice, and many other important factors. Your input text is mapped into our internal network where it is compared against the entire internet and other databases. Our algorithm is designed to ignore phrases wrapped in quotations and statistically common phrases, in order to provide a more useful search for potential plagiarism in your text. After the process completes, your results will appear below along with any relevant sources the software has found.
Protection for creators of original work
Examples of copyright resources used in academia
- Works from a chapter in a book
- Journal articles
- Newspaper articles
- Images (i.e.,pictures, art)
- Government documents
- Magazine articles
- Reference works