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Turnitin/ Academic Honesty   Tags: academic_honesty, plagiarism  

A How-to Guide for Instructors and Students. Contains Information on Plagiarism, How to Properly Cite Sources, and the Academic Integrity Policies at Marquette.
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The Raynor/Memorial Libraries coordinate campus-wide access to's Originality Checking, a service which enables faculty and students to maintain the University's high standards for ACADEMIC HONESTY.  The Originality Checking software generates a report which compares submitted text against a continuously updated database of millions of pages of previously submitted student papers, journal articles and accessible internet sites.  Faculty use the Originality Report to evaluate student work for proper citations and attribution, as well as for plagiarism.  Turnitin is now widely used in over 50 countries and in thousands of high schools and universities.  



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