Turnitin's algorithm highlights text predicted to be written by an artificial intelligence tool [update: disabled at MQ]
A revamp of Teche's most popular post of all time answering questions on interpreting similarity reports and if there is a specified cut off to determine plagiarism.
The iLearn Drop-In Clinic is running for one more week. If you're unable to make it, or want to DIY, here are the most common questions and answers that arise during Drop-In.
Two new Turnitin features, Multiple Markers and Anonymous Marking are available for Session 2 2018. What are they and when could you use them?
In response to Rebecca's great article on Contract Cheating and this week's Academic Integrity workshops, I reflect on why students are drawn to ghostwriting and, most importantly, what we can do about it.
What is it, how can you tell if an assignment has been written by one of these services and what can be done to combat it?
The top 3 FAQs from this session's Drop-in Clinic answered.