Education professionals : your closest ally for preventing plagiarism
Magister by Compilatio.net enables teachers to analyse their students’ work to ensure they have not copied and pasted content from the Internet.
A RELIABLE HIGH-PERFORMANCE TOOL FOR TEACHERS
Side-by-side comparison between the document analysed and the sources found
Results in 3 clicks and a detailed report in less than 10 minutes
Simple hierarchical organisation: the administrator manages teacher accounts
Integration with learning platforms: Moodle, Claroline, Dokeos, Chamilo etc.
Help with account management and deploying an anti-plagiarism policy
Documents can be withdrawn from the database and non-plagiarised passages can be encrypted
Unlimited analyses for each user
Free-access Internet sources, Compilatio database, documents analysed by your institution
BENEFITS FOR YOUR INSTITUTION
Deployment of your anti-plagiarism programme
- – Personalised reviews with an advisor
- – Communication materials provided
- – Responsive customer support
Good working conditions for teachers
- – Save time when marking work
- – Fair assessment
- – Reduction in the number of plagiarised submissions
Higher-value qualifications for students
- – Assimilation of best practice
- – Improvements in overall educational standards
- – Development of integrity
Upload the documents to analyse manually or automatically (students can submit their own work remotely)
Compare the documents with the global Internet and the entire Compilatio.net document database. Results in a few minutes with no need to stay logged in.
Full report and direct comparison with any sources detected. Impartial assessment with full knowledge.
A SIMPLE, COMPLETE ANALYSIS REPORT
Result stickers : Colour code for easy reading of the results in your list of documents
Similarities found : a percentage representing the similarities found at the end of the analysis
Sources found : full report and direct comparison with any sources detected
Passages of similar text : side-by-side comparison between the document analysed and the sources detected
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