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PhD loses his way

12. 10. 2018

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Abstract: A mature-aged PhD student is not provided with adequate support during the early stages of his candidature and submits a research proposal which contains plagiarism. Rather than face an...
Assisting the students to avoid plagiarism

Assisting the students to avoid plagiarism

11. 10. 2018

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Document
Paper about using formative workshops. Abstract This study aims to investigate whether formative lectures alone would (a) enhance the students’ understanding of plagiarism and (b) improve...

Usage of computer software for text matching

17. 09. 2018

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Document
This material is a translation of an original paper written by Jānis Kreicbergs and published on the web site of University of Latvia. Jānis Kreicbergs is one of the first persons in Latvia who...

How to avoid plagiarism: Paraphrasing, quotation and summary

23. 08. 2018

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Document
Plagiarism means that we take a work or an idea of someone else and present it as our own. To avoid plagiarism the document explains the basic concepts paraphrasing, quotation and summary. Please...

How Textual Plagiarism Detection Works

23. 08. 2018

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Document
This document provides really brief information on the text matching methods. The goal is to get the basic overview.

The 20 most frequent intertextual errors in student papers at Freiburg University of Education

13. 07. 2018

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Document
A total of 82 term papers and final theses at Freiburg University of Education, Freiburg, Germany, were examined 2014 – 2016 in terms of their intertextual quality. Of the 109 distinctions made...

The other day in the cafeteria – rumours about plagiarism

21. 06. 2018

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Document
In order to inform and educate students (and staff), we have collected these common rumours, myths/questions and drafted possible answers. We react to them in a FAQ-like scheme.
Understanding academic integrity and plagiarism

Understanding academic integrity and plagiarism

05. 06. 2018

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Video
Released: 2015 Features: 3:18 min, english subtitles, transcript available Review: In this learning video the transition officer of the University of Southampton is explaining to new students why...
How to remember what you read?

How to remember what you read?

04. 06. 2018

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Video
Released: Feb 2011 Features: 2:22 min, English subtitles Review: This video introduces eight useful tips for improving your basic study skills. According to the video you need good techniques,...
Tips to avoid accidental plagiarism

Tips to avoid accidental plagiarism

04. 06. 2018

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Video
Released: Mar 2013 Features: 3:36 min, English subtitles Review: Many students are worried about getting in trouble because of accidental plagiarism. This video shows five basic tips to avoid...
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European Network for Academic Integrity was supported by the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project 2016-1-CZ01-KA203-023949.