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Plagiarism-Detection Services: How Well Do They Actually Perform?

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2 Author(s)
Rebecca L. Fiedler ; A Senior Researcher with Acclaro Research Solutions, Monkton, MD. Email: Fiedler@beckyfiedler.com. ; Cem Kaner

Professors spend many hours grading student papers and reviewing scholarly work submitted for publication. In addition to providing constructive, informative, and engaging critiques, professors must be aware of a broader literature to enforce academic standards of attribution and integrity. Adopting the mindset to support plagiarism detection- skeptically looking for the source of an unusually well written paragraph, for example-is incompatible with a sympathetic, constructive effort to help authors improve their work.

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IEEE Technology and Society Magazine  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 4 )