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  • Avoiding and Detecting Plagiarism - Tips for teachers and students on how to avoid and detect plagiarism. Emphasis on cut and paste plagiarism from the Internet.
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  • Copy Detection Mechanisms - Article by 2 computer scientists, Narayanan Shivakumar and Hector Garcia-Molina,from Stanford University detailing how plagiarism databases work.
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  • Copyscape - Finds copies of content on the web to help find plagiarism and copyright infringement.
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  • Hyperstamps - Cyber copyright service.
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  • MyDropBox.com - Provides technology services to detect and prevent cases of Internet plagiarism.
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  • Plagiarism Checker - Provides a free service to determine the originality of texts based on comparisons with Internet searches.
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  • Plagiarism Detection - Site to download YAP (Yet Another Plague), a plagiarism detection program. Can also download articles about YAP and plagiarism from ftp sites.
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  • A Real-Life Instance of Plagiarism Detection by SCAM - An article about detecting plagiarism with detection software. Links to other stories.
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  • Salon News Magazine - An article about the problems that may occur with plagiarism detection software.
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  • Student Plagiarism in an Online World - Discusses tools for exposing cybercheating. Sponsored by the American Society for Engineering Education
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  • Turn It In - Provides a service to determine the originality of texts based on comparisons with their internal database and net-wide searches. Five free trials.
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  • Urkund.com - A fully automated paid service designed to help a school deal with plagiarism. It requires no software installation; all that is needed is a web browser and an e-mail address.
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  • Google Book Search is a plagiarist's nightmare - Slate Magazine - "Will Google Book Search uncover long-buried literary crimes?" Suggests that text searches focusing on books will reveal plagiarism old and new in the literary world. (November 21, 2006)
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  • NPR : All Things Considered : Plagiarism - Realaudio-format radio report. Robert Siegel speaks with Louis Bloomfield, a professor of physics at the University of Virginia. Suspicious about student cheating, the professor designed a computer program that would identify student plagarism. The program identified 122 students whose work suggested cheating (Segment is 4 minutes in duration). (May 09, 2001)
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