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Plagiarism Detection Tools
Correctly citing your resources is an important part of avoiding
plagiarism. Here are a few online resources to help you avoid
plagiarism in your academic writing, including citation guidelines.
Glatt Plagiarism Self-Detection Test
The Glatt Plagiarism Self-Detection Test provides a ROUGH estimate that plagiarism has or has not occurred. Based on the percentage of correct answers, the test results are intended to be used to help you become aware of text which you may have inadvertently plagiarized.
MOSS - Measure of Software Similarity - Detects Programming Plagiarism
Moss (for a Measure Of Software Similarity) is an automatic system for determining the similarity of programs. To date, the main application of Moss has been in detecting plagiarism in programming classes. Since its development in 1994, Moss has been very effective in this role. The algorithm behind moss is a significant improvement over other cheating detection algorithms (at least, over those known to us).
Plagiarism checker and citation assistant.
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