It identifies word/phrase rearrangements, synonymization, and other attempts to cloak a plagiarized passage.
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PlagiarismCheck.org recognizes title pages, quotes, and references in writings without considering them a plagiarism.
It is a so called unintentional plagiarism. Students sometimes do not realize how to use sources correctly and give credit to the author. We have prepared teaching resources to help educate students on the issue of plagiarism and improve students' writing skills.
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Our algorithm can recognize popular tricks students use to fool regular plagiarism checkers:
The program is able to recognize quotes and references formatted in APA and MLA styles, so they will not be included in the plagiarism report.
"the world will little note, nor long remember what we say here."
The Gettysburg Gospel: The Lincoln Speech That Nobody Knows. Simon & Schuster, 2006.
Feel free to make the most of the following features our software provides you with to check K12 on plagiarism:
Simultaneously check up to 50 documents at once.
The algorithms our software operates with resemble artificial intelligence. They can recognize not just undisguised plagiarism, but also changes in word order, paraphrasing, synonymization, and the substitution of symbols.
If you want your sources to be used during the scan, our program will import your storage and take it into account when checking all new submissions.
The average speed at which scanning is performed is about three seconds per page, which means you can check a 10-page document in just half a minute.
Regardless of whether you plan on using a Learning Management System or to look for a simple web-based service, we can help you. Our software is compatible with multiple LMS systems. You can also use our hierarchical scheme that allows adding and managing users, as well as keeping track of plagiarism scans performed.
K12 describes a system of private and public institutions in the US. Usually including ages from Kindergarten through High School. Primary and secondary education are typically included in K12, having a goal of student's preparation for further education.
The consequences for the 1st offense of plagiarism vary depending on the School's policy and the case seriousness. It can be a failed assignment, meeting with a teacher, or sometimes even detention or suspension. Parents may also be notified.
Plagiarism is a serious offense and can have long-term consequences in the future academic or professional endeavors
Free plagiarism checkers usually have lower quality of searching, which may result in missing sources and inaccurate results.
PlagiarismCheck offers 1 free page for individual users to test how service works and understand its benefits
With the options available, pricing varies from around $1 to around $5 per user, depending on the number of users.
PlagiarismCheck has the most transparent and affordable pricing starting at $1 per student.
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