Plagiarism and antiplagiarism resources

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Plagiarism and antiplagiarism resources

Plagiarism (for 5 years old) - taking work done by someone else and saying it is yours.

Plagiarism is passing off somebody else's work as your own.

How should candidates reference their sources?

Whether the information is in the form of a diagram, an image, a quotation or a passage, if it has come from another source this must be cited at the point it appears in the our work, and included in the bibliography or list of references section at the end of that work.

We must clearly show:

  • exactly where and how someone else’s work has been used within their own submission 
  • whose work it is, and the source it came from.

When we use the work of others, must ensure that we are not trying to present this work as though it is our own. 

We must record details of each source we consult as we prepare our coursework. We should use either ‘single’ or “double” quotation marks accurately and consistently around the text quoted when recording material taken from sources. This will allow us to use these quotations accurately within our own work.

What are acceptable and unacceptable approaches to referencing?
Please read the acceptable and unacceptable approaches to referencing (PDF, 37KB) guide.

What referencing system should be used?
Referencing system should include, at a minimum:

  • the author(s), photographer or artist
  • the title
  • the date and place of publication (where stated)
  • (for electronic resources) the URL and the date it was accessed, as the content may change over time.

When we are using videos from the internet, the following information should be included in the reference:

  • the name of person posting video
  • the title of film or programme
  • the year video was posted
  • the URL for the location of the video and the date it was accessed, as the content may change over time.

Sourse: Cambrige Assessment International Education

 

Antiplagiarism 

Antiplagiarism - program for detecting text reuse.

It used to take a long time to search the text and evaluate the quality of written work by experts, while the search for sources of borrowed passages could go on endlessly. Antiplagiat, an innovative text reuse search engine, greatly simplifies this process. Thanks to Antiplagiat, we have the opportunity not only to evaluate the quality of our text, but also to understand which fragments need improvement.

Antiplagiarism resources

https://www.antiplagiat.ru/

https://1text.com/

https://www.etxt.ru/antiplagiat/ 

https://www.turnitin.com/

The services are designed to check text documents for borrowings. As a result of verification, users receive verification reports.


Questions:

1.Explain the term "plagiarism".

2.Describe the main function of antiplagiarism software.

 


Exercises:

Ex. 1

Ex. 2

Take a description of alternative approaches from your coursework and test in various anti-plagiarism systems. Determine the uniqueness of your text.

Antiplagiarism system Originality / Uniqueness

https://www.antiplagiat.ru/

 

https://1text.com/

 

https://www.etxt.ru/antiplagiat/

 
https://www.turnitin.com/  

Exam questions:
 


 

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