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How to avoid plagiarism: Paraphrasing, quotation and summary

23. 08. 2018

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

Paraphrase practice 1 (History)

20. 07. 2018

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The original exercise is taken form Salim Razi’s book “Advanced Reading and Writing Skills in ELT” (Razi, S. (2011). Advanced Reading and Writing Skills in ELT. APA Style Handbook, Ankara:...

Paraphrase practice 1 (English Language Teaching)

20. 07. 2018

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The main idea of the exercise is to guide the student step by step from reading a paragraph to writing a paraphrase in own words. Directing questions assist this process. The exercise can be used...

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

13. 07. 2018

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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...
Where is the borderline between poor academic practice and plagiarism?

Where is the borderline between poor academic practice and plagiarism?

22. 06. 2018

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The exercise is intended to be used in the context of a learning unit on academic writing, referencing, academic integrity or introducing research skills. The students should read the eight...

Example from Mr. Apple’s blog

21. 06. 2018

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The exercise is intended to be used in the context of a learning unit on referencing, academic integrity or introducing research skills. The exercise simply consists of one slide. The example is a...

Key questions to help assess intertextual and formal quality of texts and suspected plagiarism

21. 06. 2018

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These questions are set to help the assessors to identify the signs of plagiarism. This guide should be used as a whole to identify any potential plagiaristic behaviour.

Criteria for Evaluating the Severity of Plagiarism

21. 06. 2018

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Papers presented with intertextually incorrect passages must, first, be judged by decision makers and be identified as plagiarism. The next step would be the clarification of the severity of such a...

The other day in the cafeteria – rumours about plagiarism

21. 06. 2018

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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.
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European Network for Academic Integrity was supported by the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project 2016-1-CZ01-KA203-023949.