[Curriculum Directors] ACTION: Originality Detection / Plagiarism software
Jonathan.Collins at schools.utah.gov
Tue Jul 10 13:14:29 MDT 2018
Please see the message below from Laura Hunter regarding plagiarism software tools.
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From: Laura Hunter <lhunter at uen.org>
To: Collins, Jonathan
Colleagues, over the last several months a team of your peers has been evaluating Originality Detection / Plagiarism software tools. The RFP process resulted in an award to two qualifying providers: Plagix Unichek<https://unicheck.com/> and Turnitin<http://www.turnitin.com/>.
The two solutions both integrate with Canvas, which was a priority for the committee. The prices and solutions vary, however.
If your institution is planning to license a plagiarism/originality detection solution, we recommend you participate in one of the webinars listed below to get an overview of the products and learn about the process for joining the UEN consortium license. The licenses are good for five years or year-to-year. If you are planning to participate this year it will be important to complete a letter of intent by August 10 to have a solution in place for the new school year.
More information about that will be provided during the webinars.
The webinars will also be archived and available for later viewing on the UEN website.
Friday July 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Friday July 13 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Many thanks to the RFP committee.
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