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Plagiarism, Citation and Referencing Styles: Plagiarism Detection
A one-stop portal for resources on plagiarism, citation and referencing. You will find examples, tutorials, articles and a host of other useful information on these topics.
Wits Plagiarism Policy
Plagiarism Declaration Form (Wits)
Punishments for Plagiarism@Wits
How to Interpret Turnitin Reports (Similarity Indexes)
How to Avoid Plagiarism
Paraphrase to avoid plagiarism
Myths about Plagiarism
Copyright vs Plagiarism
What is Citation? Guidelines on when and how to cite?
When you don't need to cite
Relevant Legislation for Journalism & Media
Academic Plagiarism Checker
CodeScreener for Identifying Software Copying
Examining Anti-Plagiarism Software ...
Glatt Plagiarism Program
Grammarly Grammar Checker
Grammarly Plagiarism Checker
ihenticate Plagiarism Checker
Internet Essay Exposer
MOSS System for Detecting Software Plagiarism
Detects plagiarism of software
OAPS - Open Access Plagiarism Search
PAIRwise - Center for Information Technology and Society
Plagiarism Checker (Daily Blog Tips)
Plagiarism Checker (free)
Plagiarism Checker (Smallseotools.com)
The Plagiarism Resource Site
Plagiarism Software (free)
SafeAssign - How does it work?
SafeAssign Online Orientation
TinEye Reverse Image Search (detects images online)
Tools and Algorithms for finding plagiarism in source code
Top 10 Free Plagiarism Detection Tools For eLearning Professionals (2017 Update)
Turnitout.Safely.com (free for students)
VIPER Anti-plagiarism software (free)
Other relevant definitions
Digital Object Identifier - definition (Wikipedia)
DOI Key Facts
What is a digital object identifier (DOI)?
What is a doi?
What is a persisten URL? What is a doi?
What is a source?
Cartoons about Plagiarism
Cartoons about Plagiarism
OA Book on Plagiarism
OA Books on Plagiarism
5 Steps to Prove You’ve Been Plagiarized
8 Resources for Preventing and Detecting Plagiarism
15+ Unobvious Consequences of Plagiarism in Academia
The Age of Plagiarism?
Be careful! Avoiding duplication: a case study
Blog : Plagiarism Q&A
The CopyCat Syndrome
Copyright laws are easily broken... hang on, that book looks familiar
A Different Perspective of Plagiarism (D. Yusof)
D J Taylor: Tales of plagiarism and atonement
Guilty in Whose Eyes?
How should editors respond to plagiarism? (2011)
How Social Media Encourages Plagiarism (and Six Ways You Can Fight It)
How to Recognize Plagiarism
My Word! Plagiarism and College Culture
The new Plagiarism: Seven Antidotes to Prevent Highway Robbery in an Electronic Age
The new plagiarism in colleges and universities (2017)
Plagiarism and Anti-Plagiarism
Plagiarism and Copyright Infringement: Is Copying Illegal?
Plagiarism and the Web
Plagiarism in Cyberspace: Learning the Rules of Recycling Content witha view towards Nurturing Academic Trust in an Electronic World (D. Gerhardt)
The Plague of Plagiarism
Policing Plagiarism in a Digital Age
Presentation on Detecting Plagiarized Papers
Professor Checks Co-Authored Articles for Plagiarism
Reintroducing Students to Research
Research Ethics: Decoding Plagiarism and Attribution
Responding to Possible Plagiarism
Toward a Rational Response to Plagiarism - Advice - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Why Students Plagiarize
Plagiarism Tutorials >>
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