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Ethical Exploration ED502

Plagiarism Detection Tools

Matt Hise

on 21 February 2013

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Transcript of Ethical Exploration ED502

Ethical Exploration Prezi Assignment Plagiarism Detection Tools Matt Hise
Spring 2013
ED502 Ethical
Being Made Facts
Beliefs Alternatives? Relevant
Values Consequences for
Stakeholders How will these affect the different stakeholders? Deciding on the Best Ethical Alternatives Final Reflections Works Cited McKeever, L. (2006). Online plagiarism detection services—saviour or scourge?. Assessment & Evaluation In Higher Education, 31(2), 155-165. Linguistic Analysis
Collusion Detection
Software Detection
Search Engines
Using Common Sense Disadvantages include:

Limits of Scope
Technical Restrictions
Lack of Product Stability
Administrative and Cost Issues Advantages Judgment?
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