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November 2020

Hybrid education: what challenges does it pose for teachers and students?

13 Nov 2020|Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

Hybrid education is a mix between in-person and remote learning. In recent months, its adoption has greatly accelerated. A growing number of institutions are now incorporating hybrid education. Despite the challenges for both teachers and students, this moment represents a tremendous opportunity to ensure our education system's continuity and resilience when faced with similar crises [...]

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Corona Teaching: an accelerated transition toward the digitalisation of education

13 Nov 2020|Uncategorized|

One major impact from the spread of coronavirus has been the closure of schools. In-person classes have therefore been replaced by various digital platforms, in almost all countries around the world. These platforms existed well before the crisis and were already used in various contexts. Nevertheless, the challenge posed by the lockdown was to expand [...]

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March 2020

An effective bibliography: great, but how?

27 Mar 2020|Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

When writing a dissertation, thesis or any other research-based assignment, the bibliography is important and will impact the final grade. It references the list of sources used during your documentary research. The bibliography generally appears at the end of the work, before the appendices. It can have different names: index, collection of references, works cited, [...]

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February 2020

Sources in a slideshow = recommended or mandatory?

14 Feb 2020|Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

Cecilia and her group are scheduled to give a presentation in a few days. She loves this kind of assignment since it allows her to bring out her creative side with appealing visuals. She knows that all written assignments must cite sources. But what about her slideshow?   Slideshows, an increasingly prevalent part of coursework [...]

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November 2019

Why use royalty-free images and graphics during class?

20 Nov 2019|Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

Teddy is working on a presentation for class next week. To be sure to do it correctly, he followed the advice given in the article "Using Digital Graphics to Make Appealing Visual Presentations". He wants to use images and graphics.The presentation will not be distributed beyond the class.  Teddy asks himself if he should use [...]

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October 2019

Quotation rules to avoid plagiarism

10 Oct 2019|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

When writing an internship report, a thesis or a research piece, you must use citations for all quotes. Sources must be mentioned in the body of the text and at the bottom of the page. The bibliography appears at the end of the assignment, with a list of detailed sources.   There are several ways [...]

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August 2019

Paraphrase = plagiarism?

2 Aug 2019|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

Franck works in a vocational school this year, he thinks that if you change a few words in a quote, you don't have to quote the author. The Cambridge Dictionary defines paraphrase as "the same thing written or spoken using different words, often in a simpler and shorter form that makes the original meaning clearer". [...]

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July 2019

Translation = plagiarism?

31 Jul 2019|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

Manon is in the writing process of her thesis. She wondered: "I found an interesting text in a language other than English. If I translate it, should I mention the source?" The search for information is becoming international Since the arrival of the Internet, knowledge sharing has become easier and automatic translators have made accessing [...]

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Using Digital Graphics to Make Appealing Visual Presentations

24 Jul 2019|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

The connection with your audience The first 90 seconds should serve to connect with your audience. Here are some ideas to help you to do this: Ask an engaging question Use impactful numbers Show pictures and ask your audience to guess what you are going to talk about Talk about a general fact and then [...]

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May 2019

The Perfect TeamWork Guide

23 May 2019|Uncategorized|

Do you have to do teamwork? Yes, but you have also realized that it does not come naturally for everyone. In this article we will present you 5 rules to understand to facilitate teamworking. Rule 1: Considering multiple personalities Learning the qualities of each team member In a group there can be all kinds of [...]

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La Tricyclerie supported by Compilatio

13 May 2019|Uncategorized, What's new at Compilatio?|

Compilatio was charmed by the idea of “La Tricyclerie,” which offers to collect organic waste to make compost by bicycle. To encourage and grow this great idea  Compilatio has chosen to support the association, and we are pleased to share its story. "The last pedal stroke from the plate to the ground" Everything started from [...]

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April 2019

How Compilatio became a partner to 1% for the Planet?

26 Apr 2019|Events, Uncategorized, What's new at Compilatio?|

Compilatio commits itself to the planet on a daily basis Compilatio strives to be an actor for environmental protection.  In order to do so, some members of the Compilatio team began implementing simple environmental protection actions and adopting an eco-responsible approach. We welcomed new ideas and pitches from team members and began doing so as [...]

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Compilatio Participates in the French Network of Students for Sustainable Development

25 Apr 2019|Uncategorized, What's new at Compilatio?|

The future of students is at the heart of Compilatio's business. Getting involved with the REFEDD demonstrates that it is possible to study and to pay attention to the planet at the same time. The association is pleased to present its actions and values below. Presentation of the REFEDD The REFEDD is the French Network [...]

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Compilatio participates in mountain protection with Mountain Riders

8 Apr 2019|Uncategorized|

Compilatio's head office is located near the Bauges massif. Mountain protection is an important issue for our team in order to preserve the beauty of its landscapes. That's why we are committed to Mountain Riders. PRESENTATION OF THE ASSOCIATION  Since 2001, Mountain Riders has been a joyful group of free, passionate, and committed activists, gathered [...]

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February 2019

Plagiarism NEWS | January 2019 | India and Montenegro addressing plagiarism

20 Feb 2019|Uncategorized|

Higher education institutions and authorities around the world are gradually introducing plans to address what is a growing issue : plagiarism. Their answers usually revolve around 3 areas : - drafting ethics policy, - promoting academic integrity by raising awareness on plagiarism and by learning students’ techniques for citing and referencing work, - using new [...]

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December 2018

Temptation to Plagiarise: 4 Tips to Avoid it

10 Dec 2018|Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

Do you feel as if you don’t have enough time ? Do you believe you are not proficient enough to provide sufficient answers to the topic you’re dealing with? Copying and pasting others’ ideas from websites seems to be a common practice. So why shouldn’t you ? There are numerous reasons to plagiarise contents to [...]

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July 2018

PLAGIARISM News | June 2018 | WestWorld, This is America, and a last word for Samsung and Apple

20 Jul 2018|Uncategorized|

Can we talk about plagiarism for video games ? Can we accuse someone of plagiarizing our video game? That's what Bethesda wants to do. Indeed, the company which created Fallout Shelter, a post-apocalyptic management game, accuses Warner Bros of plagiarism for his game based on the WestWorld series. According to Bethesda, the game's operation is essentially the [...]

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February 2018

Communication through Videos for Plagiarism Prevention in student’s written works

27 Feb 2018|All there is to know about plagiarism, Preventing plagiarism, Uncategorized|

The University of Geneva and its short video to prevent (acciental) plagiarism In order to fight plagiarism, the University of Geneva created a short video staging its own students. To enable students to better understand the notion of plagiarism as well as related issues, it is necessary to make students actors of their own prevention. The video of the [...]

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January 2018

Raising awareness about plagiarism: The University of Pavia (Italy) enters the scene

23 Jan 2018|All there is to know about plagiarism, Events, Uncategorized|

Raising awareness to change behaviors The fight against plagiarism necessarily involves raising awareness among students. The University of Pavia understands this and organizes training on "copy-and-paste" and good documentary research and citation practices. The objective of this training is to explain the interest of prevention tools to plagiarism, made available by Compilatio, and to show [...]

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May 2017

Great tips to avoid plagiarism

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

Plagiarizing when writing an assignment or a research paper is unethical. And it could have severe repercussions on your academic or career future: from simple rewriting to paper retraction, from reduced grade to grade loss for students, or loss of reputation for professionals or academics. Yet it may be difficult to understand it, hence, to [...]

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Beware of self-plagiarism

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

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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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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