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Developing academic engagement and confidence in students through the use of Turnitin® originality checking and plagiarism prevention software at the University of West Scotland

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At the University of the West of Scotland, academics from a number of disciplines have implemented the use of Turnitin® originality checking and plagiarism prevention software. While there are those who are yet to be convinced fully regarding the role and potential of Turnitin, the UWS Learning, Teaching and Assessment Board have stated an institutional commitment to make the software available to students on all modules where text-based plagiarism is a potential issue as of academic session 2010/11. The purpose of this short discussion is to outline my experience of using Turnitin and to highlight some of the benefits that can be achieved, for both lecturers and students, by implementing the software as a pedagogical tool.

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2010 | case studies | University of West Scotland | plagiarism prevention | plagiarism software | plagiarism tools | Turnitin

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Developing good academic practice Developing good academic practice

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This free course, Developing good academic practice, is intended to help you develop good academic practices in your studies and when producing assignments and completing assessments. Although designed as a course to work through, the content can also be used to dip in and out of, if you feel you need to improve your skills in a particular area. First published on Mon, 07 Mar 2016 as Developing good academic practice. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016 This free course, Developing good academic practice, is intended to help you develop good academic practices in your studies and when producing assignments and completing assessments. Although designed as a course to work through, the content can also be used to dip in and out of, if you feel you need to improve your skills in a particular area. First published on Mon, 07 Mar 2016 as Developing good academic practice. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative-Commons 2016

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Educational Practice | Educational Practice | collaboration and collusion | collaboration and collusion | common knowledge | common knowledge | good practice | good practice | plagiarism | plagiarism | cheating | cheating | referencing | referencing | DGAP_1 | DGAP_1

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Introducing and embedding new technology (Turnitin) at Edinburgh College

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Milton Road and Midlothian Campuses of Edinburgh College required tools for checking the originality of students’ work and for improving online feedback. Turnitin ticked both of these boxes and a decision was made to purchase the software and introduce it to lecturers in August 2012. This case study focuses on the planning and processes involved in introducing a new technology to support learning and teaching. (Sighthill and Granton campuses were already using this software.)

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case studies | 2013 | Edinburgh College | learning technologies | Turnitin | plagiarism | plagiarism software | staff development | None

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15.628J Patents, Copyrights, and the Law of Intellectual Property (MIT) 15.628J Patents, Copyrights, and the Law of Intellectual Property (MIT)

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This course is an intensive introduction to the U.S. law of intellectual property with major emphasis on patents, including what can be patented, the process of patent application, and the remedies for patent infringement. This course is an intensive introduction to the U.S. law of intellectual property with major emphasis on patents, including what can be patented, the process of patent application, and the remedies for patent infringement.

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patent | patent | patent law | patent law | copyright | copyright | law | law | intellectual property | intellectual property | trade secret | trade secret | trademark | trademark | licensing | licensing | fair use | fair use | infringement | infringement | plagiarism | plagiarism | non-competition | non-competition | inventor | inventor | invention | invention | novelty | novelty | non-obviousness | non-obviousness | claims | claims | litigation | litigation

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Developing good academic practice

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This free course is intended to help you develop good academic practices in your studies and when producing assignments and completing assessments. Although designed as a course to work through the content can also be used to dip in and out of if you feel you need to improve your skills in a particular area.

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Educational Practice | collaboration and collusion | common knowledge | good practice | plagiarism | cheating | referencing | DGAP_1

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You be the judge plagiarism tutorial

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http://library.leeds.ac.uk/tutorials/activities/plagiarism/you-be-the-judge/

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plagiarism | reference | referencing | plagiarise | test | academic skills | critical | evidence | evaluating information | study skills

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Recognising Plagiarism

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Quiz to test your understanding of plagiarism by providing varied examples. Looking at what counts as someone else's work, what you can include in your work without reference and which types of source you should reference in order to prevent plagiarising. Live resource can be found on the skills@library website at: http://library.leeds.ac.uk/tutorials/activities/plagiarism/recognising-plagiarism/

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academic skills | study skills | critical | evaluating information | managing information | evidence | analysis | test | plagiarise | plagiarism | plagiarising

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Good academic practice

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A case study of some examples of good and bad academic practice in the context of written essays, papers and theses. This builds on the study guides already available from the University of Reading and focuses on key areas where problems regularly occur such as general layout, referencing and plagiarism.

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academic | practice | essay | thesis | theses | papers | writing | layout | referencing | references | plagiarism | AGRICULTURE HORTICULTURE and ANIMAL CARE | S

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Avoiding Plagiarism Tutorial

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This tutorial provides an overview of the actions which constitute plagiarism and why it is serious. It offers tips and advice on avoiding plagiarism and includes an interactive quiz and exercises to enable students to practice.

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plagiarism | note taking | Education | X000

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English Composition II

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This course will reinforce writing skills by introducing the student to basic research techniques and applying them to development of a research paper. The student will have the opportunity to practice all of the essential elements of preparing a piece of academic writing — planning, researching, formulating an argument, writing, rewriting, editing and formatting for presentation – gaining skills valuable across many disciplines. This free course may be completed online at any time. See course site for detailed overview and learning outcomes. (English 002)

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basic education | academic writing | analysis | research | outlining | primary sources | citation | bibliographies | thesis | grammar | plagiarism | related subjects | R000

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How to Avoid Plagiarism

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This interactive tutorial is aimed at all students and describes what plagiarism is and how to avoid to it. The importance of academic integrity is also highlighted and users are also introduced to plagiarism detection software, Turnitin. The tutorial contains quizzes and interactions and the user in given the opportunity to work through the tutorial in a self paced manner.

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plagiarism | academic integrity | good academic practice | referencing | Turnitin | ethics | cheating

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How to Reference your Sources

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This interactive tutorial is aimed at all students and explains the importance of referencing information sources. At the end of this tutorial, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of citing and referencing sources correctly using the Harvard referencing style. The tutorial contains quizzes and interactions and the user in given the opportunity to work through the tutorial in a self paced manner.

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referencing | citing | harvard style | academic integrity | plagiarism | bibliography | bibliographic software

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The Skills Hub

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The Skills Hub is an open access resource containing videos, guides, interactive tutorials and blog posts covering core academic skills, such as information evaluation, referencing, writing skills and critical thinking skills. The OERs cover an array of levels, from A-level through to postgraduate and research. It is for use by students, schools, researchers and the community. The material on the Skills Hub is mainly created in-house by Library and Learning Services staff at the University of Northampton, in particular, by Academic Librarians and Academic Practice Tutors. In addition, we have selected material from other external open access sources that we think is valuable.

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researching | critical thinking | writing skills | reading skills | referencing | presentation skills | plagiarism | statistics | SPSS | data analysis | Turnitin | | literature review | Education | X000

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Getting to grips with referencing: using the Brookes Harvard style

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This is a PowerPoint presentation for any Brookes student using the Brookes Harvard system of referencing. It gives an overview of how and why to reference and links to guides and further help.

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ukoer referencing citing plagiarism Brookes Harvard EndNote

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Good academic practice for final year projects

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Good academic practice (referencing, paraphrasing, citation, use of Turnitin, plagiarism prevention) for final year and masters students.

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referencing | citation | plagiarism | Turnitin

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How to avoid plagiarism learning object

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• The content has been provided as a zip file IMS/SCORM package that can be added to your VLE (Virtual Learning Environment). To provide an example of the content included in this file, screenshots of some of the materials have been made available as an online presentation.

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plagiarism | plagiarise | referencing | references | sources | information | academic integrity | bibliography | citation | cite | quotation | quote | ukoer | ostrichoer | Education | X000

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SMILE

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SMILE is an online information literacy training package which aims to teach you the basic skills you need as an undergraduate student. It contains units on: learning styles, understanding the question, time management, gathering information, finding information (including database searching), evaluating information, managing information, plagiarism, Harvard referencing, Numerical referencing, Communicating information and your digital footprint. You can work through the units and test yourself as you go.

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information literacy | plagiarism | harvard referencing | digital footprint | finding information | evaluating information | INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY and INFORMATION | C

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Study skills

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This OER is intended to assist with advice and guidance to students on Writing Skills, including essay planning and writing, referencing, critical writing and critical reading. The OER also covers writing for science, writing reports, planning and conducting a dissertaion research project.

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ukoer | study skills | leicester university | otter | avoiding plagiarism | contributing to seminars and tutorials | effective note making | exam stress | improving your reading skills | inclusive writing | making the most of lectures | organising your time | referencing and bibliographies | revision and exam skills | successful group projects | thought mapping | Education | X000

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Original thinking allowed: avoiding plagiarism

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"Your academic work should be more than summaries of existing theories and ideas; you will be expected to show evidence of independent thought in your writing. This resource explores some of the issues surrounding academic integrity, and will give you some techniques you can use to avoid plagiarism when referring to the work of others."

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plagiarism | academic writing | academic integrity | referencing | My Learning Essentials

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How to interpret your Turnitin reports

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Lindsay Williams, Senior Lecturer in Business and Management, discusses how to interpret a Turnitin report using real examples. The video covers some of the common errors that students make when writing reports and points out some sources of help. The video is available on YouTube and also in "Quicktime" format. NOTE: This resource was designed for Business students.

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ukoer Turnitin guide plagiarism

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Good academic practice for final year projects and dissertations

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referencing | plagiarism prevention | good academic practice

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Plato - Plagiarism Teaching Online

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PLATO is an online tutorial for developing referencing skills and for reflecting on how to avoid plagiarism. Includes a series of video diaries by students. Brookes staff can add this tutorial to a VLE course: please see the instructions in the document "Add_a_RADAR_resource_PLATO.pdf" in Links to Resources below.

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plagiarism avoidance deterrence referencing skills

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15.628J Patents, Copyrights, and the Law of Intellectual Property (MIT)

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This course is an intensive introduction to the U.S. law of intellectual property with major emphasis on patents, including what can be patented, the process of patent application, and the remedies for patent infringement.

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patent | patent law | copyright | law | intellectual property | trade secret | trademark | licensing | fair use | infringement | plagiarism | non-competition | inventor | invention | novelty | non-obviousness | claims | litigation

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Content within individual OCW courses is (c) by the individual authors unless otherwise noted. MIT OpenCourseWare materials are licensed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under a Creative Commons License (Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike). For further information see https://ocw.mit.edu/terms/index.htm

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Plagiarism

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An online tutorial highlighting the dangers of plagiarism and how to avoid it. A resource designed for Criminology Students.

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plagiarism | students | cheating | criminology | online tutorial | coventry university | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Plagiarism Interactive Tutorials

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Each tutorial is given an estimated time of 15 minutes for completion. It is intuitive in structure which is fed throughout the series, consisting of a menu on the left hand side which the user is guided through to complete the learning activities.

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plagiarism | student support | detection | assessment | design and plan | teaching | evaluation | activity | effective environments | continuing professional development | subject material | teaching in the subject area | enhancement | learning technologies | learning communities | professional development | cpd | ukoer | #edoroer | omac | ukpsf | Education | X000

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