Red alert to teachers regarding plagiarism

We are all aware of the fact that science and technology has blessed us with many advancements and internet was one of them. Though many fruitful outcomes were seen after its invention yet on the other hand it leads to a massive increase in plagiarism. Well so on behalf of it all the teachers and professors are being informed about increasing offense of copying the data and also stealing it.

Well when I mean to talk of this offense I would like to assure that all the teachers are alert about the fact that the assignments they are getting for evaluation might be copied from somewhere. Also there is a probability that one may receive good quality of content that is 100% original so you must ensure that you don’t misjudge the hard work of a student thus mixing it with plagiarism.

We would like to inform all the teachers to be a member of commercial website theplagiarism.com that catch plagiarized work in case they are not. The advantage of being a member of such associations is that they inform you of the plagiarized work immediately. What you have to do is that you have to process few lines of the assignments you receive through their inspection network and they will immediately catch any of the copied lines.

If not so then teachers can ask their college committee to purchase the copy-paste software’s available over the internet for detection of plagiarism. All such software’s are available at nominal rates and assure complete detection of plagiarized work. In addition to detection they also provide additional information about the blog or post from where the work has been copied.

Apart from detection of plagiarized work teachers can also reduce the chance of plagiarism by rotating the assignments. When I say rotating the assignments I mean providing every child with a unique home task and if that is also difficult then one can shuffle the grading system. This means that any assignment that is similar to the other will be provided with poor grades as compared to the grades of a unique or 100% original assignment. All the teachers are informed about plagiarism. Get ready to tackle it.

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