As AI develops in its capabilities and becomes ‘smarter’, students will be able to harness the power of these tools to write high-quality essays and articles on their behalf. But are educational institutions ready to tackle this challenge in the near future?
Simply put, plagiarism is passing off someone else’s work or idea as your own, without their consent or without giving them due credit. New forms of plagiarism are emerging and educational institutions therefore need to constantly educate their staff and adapt their knowledge and tools accordingly.
While being a key for successful careers and unique ideas, why is critical thinking in students overlooked and underrated so often?
Throughout human history, people have defined and expressed originality in different ways. Now it’s your turn: What does originality mean to you?
A common threat in the fight against plagiarism is to not recognize so-called “false positives” and to underestimate their importance. But first, let us understand what false positives are and why are they a big deal.
Listen to Eric Gibbs as he talks to Natalie Born, Founder and Chief Disruptor of Innovation Meets Leadership, about how Original helps safeguard and promote academic integrity.
Cross-language plagiarism refers to the kind of plagiarism or cheating where the source content is in one language while the plagiarised content is in another. In other words, it is plagiarism by translation.
The new Ouriginal solution now includes two add-on features – ‘Cross-Language Text Matching’ (CLTM) and ‘Ouriginal Metrics.