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May 2017

Beware of self-plagiarism

29 May 2017|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism|

The mandatory rule When working on an individual written production, (report, dissertation, thesis, article or essay..) whenever existing texts are quoted, it is imperative to apply citation rules even if the author is the same as the original document. Since it is a different work, it is important to lay out what constitutes the «old» production and [...]

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January 2017

COMPILATIO AT THE BETT SHOW 2017 – LONDON

10 Jan 2017|Events, What's new at Compilatio?|

AS A SPECIALIST OF PLAGIARISM AND EDUCATION, COMPILATIO WILL ATTEND THE BETT SHOW IN JANUARY 2017 ! ” Bett is the world’s leading education technology event celebrated in the UK “ Compilatio wants to find valuable partners throughout the UK to understand their plagiarism issues, meet their expectations and give them specific solutions. Live demonstrations [...]

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April 2015

BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES

20 Apr 2015|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism|

When writing your bibliography, the following rules are applied depending on the nature of the source : BOOK SURNAME, Christian Name (Year). Title. Place : Publisher. Number of pages. Example : MOORE, Geoffrey (2006). Crossing the Chasm. New York: HarperCollins Publishers. 227 p. REVIEW SURNAME, Christian Name (Year). “Article Title.” Title of periodical. Volume number. [...]

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IDENTIFYING WHAT YOU HAVE BORROWED PROPERLY

20 Apr 2015|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism|

WHY ? The right to quote comes with a duty: the obligation to identify your quotations. This identification is done according to some conventions, the most obvious being the use of quotation marks. These rules allow the reader to : 1. See where the quotations are located in the text. It is then possible to [...]

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June 2014

PLAGIARISM POLICIES IN FRANCE IN 2013 : FULL REPORT

24 Jun 2014|All there is to know about plagiarism|

by Irene Glendinning October 2013 Information about policies and procedures for plagiarism in France was collected through : The three levels of on-line surveys (students, teachers, senior managers) available in French; Student focus groups; Structured interviews with academics, university senior managers and individuals concerned with academic integrity and research from national and regional independent organisations [...]

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August 2013

A DEFINITION OF PLAGIARISM

1 Aug 2013|Preventing plagiarism|

    "Plagiarism is the "wrongful appropriation" and "stealing and publication" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions," and the representation of them as one's own original work.[1][2] The idea remains problematic with unclear definitions and unclear rules.[3][4][5] The modern concept of plagiarism as immoral and originality as an ideal emerged in Europe only in the 18th century, particularly with the Romantic movement. Plagiarism is considered academic [...]

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March 2013

SOME TIPS TO AVOID GOING FROM QUOTATIONS… TO PLAGIARISM

13 Mar 2013|Uncategorized|

A definition of plagiarism Identifying what you have borrowed properly Why? The right to quote comes with a duty: the obligation to identify your quotations. This identification is done according to some conventions, the most obvious being the use of quotation marks. These rules allow the reader to : 1. See where the quotations are [...]

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February 2012

WHY PREVENT PLAGIARISM?

15 Feb 2012|Preventing plagiarism|

THE REALITY OF PLAGIARISM Pupils are often assessed based on their essays, which should require them to research a subject and acquire knowledge, then adapt it to suit their own requirements before reproducing it in their own words. The Internet has now become the preferred source of documentation for students. Unfortunately, this medium makes it [...]

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