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Turnitin:Investigating and documenting suspected plagiarism in the University Of British Columbia

时间:2018-12-25 编辑整理:早检测网 来源:早检测网

Online tools like Turnitin and Google can be very helpful in determining the extent of copying of the work of others. Anyone accusing a student of plagiarizing written material is encouraged to use them.

Online tools like Turnitin and Google can be very helpful in determining the extent of copying of the work of others. Anyone accusing a student of plagiarizing written material is encouraged to use them.

VERBATIM COPYING

The online service Turnitin does a strict comparison of text, revealing identical words, phrases, and sentences in documents you supply. It may also suggest other sources that have significant overlap with the student's submission. UBC has a site license for Turnitin so instructors can use it at any time.

To apply Turnitin, obtain electronic copies of the students course assignment or thesis/dissertation and the original document(s) from which he/she is alleged to have plagiarized. Then go to http://turnitin.com/ and create an account using the join IDand password you can get through the contacts at UBC TurnItIn ID Codes and Passwords.

For more information:

UBC Turnitin links

Turnitin Support Services

Once you have authenticated your session, you can upload your electronic documents for checking. (Occasional users will benefit from Turnitin's Quick Submitoption, which a user must turn on explicitly by modifying his/her personal profile. Turnitin's standard mode receives incoming documents from students in courses, which calls for administrative overheads not required by a single scan.) The electronic scan takes time to complete: a list of pending and completed jobs is available on-screen, and the Originality Report becomes available after some time.

In case of difficulty, UBC's local contact person is:

Alison Wong, Production Applications Administrator

Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, UBC

E-mail: alison.wong@ubc.ca

Tel: 604.827.5183

RE-PHRASED WORK

If the student has re-phrased someone elses work, Turnitin may not detect it. You will need to go through the students work and the suspected source document(s), and highlight areas, paragraphs, and/or sections that are similar.

SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS AND RESOURCES

Workers in the G+PS Dean's Office appreciate receiving copies of the students work and the original sources with clear notes on their relationship. Highlighting the two documents with corresponding colours is the preferred way to present this information. If you are comparing the students work with more than one source document, use a different colour of highlighter for each source.

If the Dean of G+PS refers the case to the Presidents Advisory Committee on Student Discipline for a hearing, G+PS will be required to provide supporting materials including a copy of the marked students work, the Statement of Case(on a standard form made available by the PACSD), and the names of one or two witnesses (normally including the faculty member who investigated the alleged plagiarism). Each witness will attend the Committees hearing along with the Dean (or designated Associate Dean) of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. The student will also be asked to attend the hearing and may be accompanied by an advocate or companion. The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies will count on the student's graduate program to collect materials that substantiate its belief that the student has plagiarized. These will form the bulk of the Statement of Casesubmitted to the PACSD.

 

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