This is a short video about Turnitin which explains what it is and how it is used at the University of Wolverhampton. It shows how Turnitin can identify incorrectly referenced sources and detect potential plagiarism. The video also offers help and guidance to help you achieve a good grade by developing academic writing skills and avoiding unintentional plagiarism.
If you are unable to view the video on your device it is also available in mp4 format on Youtube.
Further information and examples about the Turnitin Originality Report which will be generated when you submit a document to the Turnitin software.
The Skills for Learning webpage holds a wealth of information about the range of face to face and online support that LIS provide to help students develop the skills required for successful study, including workshops, skills support sessions, study guides, and recommended online resources. This page also has a direct link to study4skillscampus which is a fully interactive online resource focusing on essential study skills and referencing guides for all subjects.
The Students’ Union also offers help and advice to students regarding Academic Misconduct. Their website also includes informational videos on collusion and cheating.
A quick guide on how to avoid Academic Misconduct written by the University of Wolverhampton’s Students’ Union and updated in 2014 can be found here.
The full University of Wolverhampton Academic Misconduct Policy can be found here.
Take this quiz created by Cardiff University, to test your knowledge of plagiarism.
Watch this short video to find out how referencing can protect your work and increase your academic integrity.
If you are unable to view the video on your device it is also available in mp4 format on Vimeo.