Best Websites and/or Programs to Check Plagiarism ?

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  1. love2learn07

    love2learn07 Rookie

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    Mar 28, 2010

    Hello,

    Just wondering what people consider the best websites and/or programs to check plagiarism? Unfortunately I just found one of my kid's entire paper lifted from Google. Howver, there is another one in the batch that is a bit more sketchy--although I have found huge chunks of it convientely re-worded from a few websites. Any help that you can provide would be appreciated!!:help:
     
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  3. Aliceacc

    Aliceacc Multitudinous

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    I don't use one-- not much need in math.

    But my school uses www.turnitin.com
     
  4. love2learn07

    love2learn07 Rookie

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    Thanks

    I saw this one online, but I don't think my school has a subscription. I'm going to check. I was wondering if there were any other programs that teachers may be able to subscribe to on their own as well?
     
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    chemteach55 Connoisseur

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    I will 2nd turnitin.com I use it all the time. It is user friendly and reliable.
     
  6. glen

    glen Companion

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    I use plagiarismchecker.com

    It works well enough for my purposes, and I do a demonstration with the kids before a paper is due showing them how easy it is for me to determine exactly where the work came from.
     

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