Infoplag, your plagiarism-prevention website

A turnkey website

Centralise your resources and informations

Infoplag rounds out your anti-plagiarism communication with a turnkey "one page" website dedicated to plagiarism prevention. This single page lets you showcase your advocacy of academic integrity and centralise your information on plagiarism: students' rights and responsibilities, disciplinary actions, resources, etc. Infoplag brings your teaching staff and students together around your anti-plagiarism approach.

Your Compilatio advisor will provide your Infoplag, personalised using your institution's graphic charter and in your chosen languages. Your advisor will then guide you through its implementation and dissemination to your teaching staff and students.  At any time, you can modify the contents independently.

Centralise fun and informative resources anti-plagiarism
Centralise fun and informative resources anti-plagiarism

accessible to your students and teachers

Visibility of your preventive actions
Visibility of your preventive actions

via this specialised website

Save time for your communication
Save time for your communication

to Compilatio's offerings

Easy Customisation and intuitive interface
Easy Customisation and intuitive interface

of your plagiarism-specific website

Infoplag: benefits for both teachers and students

Infoplag: benefits for both teachers and students

Your teaching staff and students are confronted with copying/pasting every day. It can be difficult to know exactly what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Yet the consequences can be severe, whether academically, legally or psychologically. Copyright and intellectual property are complex concepts.

By creating a webpage devoted to plagiarism, you affirm your support of academic integrity and high-quality education.

  • Overview of the regulatory framework
  • Detailed best practices and rules: referencing, citations, bibliography, etc.
  • Information about anti-plagiarism actions implemented at your institution
  • Explanations of the risks and penalties for copying/pasting
  • Overview of each person's rights and responsibilities with respect to intellectual property
  • Access to resources to combat plagiarism effectively: articles, tutorials, guides, specialised websites, etc.
Infoplag: additional benefits for schools, at the institutional level

Infoplag: additional benefits for schools, at the institutional level

Your teaching staff are already busy. Creating a webpage can seem time-consuming and tedious. Take advantage of Compilatio's expertise for your own plagiarism-specific website. In this way, bolster the credibility of your institution's words and actions.

  • Save time: design and personalisation by Compilatio using your school's colours
  • Easy to manage: intuitive interface, no coding, modification at any time
  • Collaboration with a plagiarism expert: sections and topics designed by Compilatio
  • Promote your anti-plagiarism approach internationally: site translated into French, English, Spanish, Italian and German (upon request)
Your plagiarism-prevention website

Example of an Infoplag anti-plagiarism website that has been personalised and disseminated

Compilatio creates your plagiarism-specific webpage in accordance with your graphic charter.

For example, here is the Infoplag for Cegep de Rimouski:

  • The institution's Infoplag Project Lead chose their design template from among several options
  • The site is written in French and English
  • The institution's logo appears in the page header
  • The colours are exactly the same as those on the institution's website
  • Information is centralised: definitions, best practices, anti-plagiarism approaches, risks & penalties, rights, support, etc.

Infoplag is generally included in the Compilatio annual subscription.

And if it were you?

Marie

« I am often asked about plagiarism, whether from students or teachers. I would like to have a digital platform for communication, always accessible to everyone, to aggregate information about copying/pasting and best practices for citations. »

Like Marie, you're looking for:
- Fun anti-plagiarism communications that respect your school's identity
- Educational resources about plagiarism
- A unified and shared awareness of plagiarism

Romain

« I would like more transparency about our plagiarism regulations to strengthen the quality of education provided in our school. »

Like Romain, you're looking for:
- Centralised information about copyright
- An explanation of the risks and punishments and everyone's rights and obligations
- Communication regarding your institution's actions related to academic integrity

Yannick

« As a teacher in a high school, I need to be guided to really understand what plagiarism is, to know how to prevent it and to share this information with my students. »

Like Yannick, you're looking for:
- Quick implementation of preventive communication materials
- Expertise and guidance in the plagiarism-prevention process
- A common source of information for teachers and students

Infoplag: Your personalised website in just a few steps

1
Choose your template
from among three proposed options
2
Receive your Infoplag
customised based on your graphic charter
3
Take advantage of guidance
from your Compilatio advisor
4
Adapt customisable content
through an intuitive interface
5
Share your new anti-plagiarism site
and observe the positive impact
Are you interested?
Let's discuss our project together

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Compilatio Infoplag

Communicate about plagiarism

Communication takes time, creating content and adapting the format to the means of
communication. Compilatio has designed a plagiarism-specific website tailored to your
institution. The website provides an overview of the concepts of copyright and intellectual
property: definitions, resources, best practices, your institution's regulations, etc.
With Compilatio's Infoplag, teachers and students have the same information about
plagiarism. It conveys the values of honesty and fairness to safeguard the
school's quality of education.