Compilatio training modules about plagiarism

Training modules adapted to your anti-plagiarism project

Raising awareness of plagiarism among students and teachers

With a view toward raising awareness of plagiarism, the involvement of an external organisation can stimulate the acquisition of new knowledge. Compilatio directly trains teachers and students on issues related to plagiarism, whether remotely or in person. The various available modules permit a suitable match between your anti-plagiarism approach and concrete positive results. Stakeholders will understand what plagiarism is and how to avoid it effectively.

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Compilatio training sessions enhance the quality of your teaching and save you time. The goal is to update teachers' and students' understanding of plagiarism and the tools to prevent it. Teaching staff and plagiarism project leads improve their job performance, and students obtain essential know-how, thus preserving the value of their diplomas. You combine relevant modules according to your areas of concern and ensure a receptive audience.

Modules to offer to teachers and students according to your project and academic calendar (return to school, preparation for exams, Copyright Day, etc.)

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Modules for students

Make your students get involved and be proactive in the anti-plagiarism process and educate them about the basics of proper writing and citation practices.

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Modules for teaching teams

Unite teaching staff around your values of academic integrity and respect for copyright.

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Shared modules for students and staff

Create a common framework and stimulate dialogue to include all stakeholders in the anti-plagiarism project.

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Modules for Compilatio users

Receive guidance to increase the efficiency of Compilatio plagiarism-prevention and detection resources.

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An example of anti-plagiarism training for students


"Don't set foot near plagiarism" workshop

This one-hour workshop is offered to students in-person or remotely. It includes an interactive quiz, definitions, statistics and tips that can easily be implemented to avoid plagiarism.


What are the benefits of this training?


  • Empower students in a personalised and interactive way

  • Support the plagiarism-prevention policy
  • Reinforce the techniques and methodology for citations and writing
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An example of anti-plagiarism teacher training


Discussion "Let's talk about plagiarism: awareness issues in secondary schools".

This 2-hour "training-discussion" is offered to teachers in person or remotely. It consists of an overview of plagiarism in secondary school (statistics, approaches, patterns, temptations, etc.), guided discussions and sharing of experiences. The goal is to understand the challenges and responsibilities of teachers in combating plagiarism and to understand the pillars of an effective and educational anti-plagiarism approach


What are the benefits of this training?


  • Foster a lively dialogue on plagiarism prevention

  • Raise teachers' awareness
  • Explore Compilatio educational resources


Here are some concrete benefits participants shared in response to the question "What did these guided discussions provide you?" 


  • "Finding positive solutions to support teachersin correcting student work to ensure quality education in a remote-learning context." Lombardy High Schools

  • "Discuss issues for education in relation to media and information and digital citizenship through a comprehensive approach in schools." Higher Institutes of Tuscany
  • "Teach students how to search for reliable sources and develop a critical eye." Piedmont High Schools
  • "Meet teachers' and students' need to talk about, learn more about and be trained on the whole issue of plagiarism." Pulia Secondary Schools
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An example of training for anti-plagiarism project leaders


Collaborative workshop programme "Let's build your anti-plagiarism project together"

This set of workshops (6 hours, face-to-face or distance learning) is intended for those responsible for the institution's anti-plagiarism project. This training is interactive and is based on the construction of pillars to support the plagiarism prevention process: theoretical presentations, guided discussions, joint reflections with the development of mind maps, creation of a personalised action plan based on the defined objectives, etc.


What are the objectives of this training?


  • To understand the pillars of an effective anti-plagiarism approach

  • To set up your plagiarism prevention project in the long term
  • To identify your institutional objectives
  • To plan and prioritise your actions
  • To identify performance indicators
  • To anticipate optimisation actions
They share their appreciation for Compilatio training sessions

Enjoyable playful approach

« We use Compilatio's Magister software to prevent plagiarism among nursing students and to validate work submitted by students. [...] we found it helpful to provide students information and training through Compilatio to reinforce the information they had already received. [The student workshop "Stay clear of plagiarism" supplements the information given to students by IFSI and has enabled them, particularly in the first year, to see the implications of plagiarism and understand the importance of "honesty" in writing. »

Relevant content to build an anti-plagiarism strategy

« [Participants in the "Evaluate and Raise Awareness with Compilatio" modules were very pleased with your presentation. Various faculty members are still thinking about the strategy to implement. The topics discussed in the training session have equipped them with all the necessary information for their strategising (in terms of using the tool, strategic factors and the protection of personal data). This training perfectly met our expectations. The content was very relevant as well as the examples shown. »

Presentation was clear and full of details

« The teachers in the Human Sciences department join me in thanking you again for the training session on how to use your tools (...) Your presentation was clear and full of details. It will certainly guide us in drafting the protocol for using Compilatio Magister software, as we draw inspiration from, among other things, the three axes you presented. It also prompted us to reflect on connections with how to use Compilatio Studium software. »

Educational aspect

« I greatly appreciated your emphasis on the educational aspect, in terms of sharing information, raising awareness and training, during the training session. It can be easy to punish students, but they will still need to develop the necessary knowledge and skills! »

How does a Compilatio training session work?

Choice of training module
Advice Compilatio to the relevant modules according to your objectives.
Preparing for the meeting
Reservation of the date and communication to the participants.
Knowledge acquisition
Face-to-face or distance learning, questions, exchanges...
Monitoring of progress and recommendations
Debriefing of training courses, achievements and satisfaction, recommendations.
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Raise awareness about plagiarism

Compilatio supports institutions of higher and secondary education in their plagiarism prevention programme to enhance the quality of education. The Compilatio training modules allow teaching staff and students to expand their knowledge and expertise on topics associated with plagiarism: copyright, foundations of an effective anti-plagiarism policy, best practices for citations and writing, pedagogical use of Compilatio tools, etc.