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Managing plagiarism prevention

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Enabling plagiarism prevention

To make use of plagiarism prevention, the feature must be enabled by an administrator by checking the enable plagiarism plugins box in Administration > Site administration > Advanced features.

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Plagiarism prevention plugins

An administrator then needs to install and configure one or more plagiarism prevention plugins in Administration > Site administration > Plugins > Plagiarism prevention > Plagiarism settings. Possible plugins include:

Fully supported plugins

These are plugins that support plagiarism detection within the Moodle Assignment, Workshop and Forum activities.

  • Compilatio - Commercial tool requires paid subscription
  • Turnitin - Commercial tool requires paid subscription
  • Ouriginal - Previously called Urkund - Commercial tool requires paid subscription
  • Unicheck - Commercial tool requires paid subscription

Partially supported plugins

These are plugins that currently only support the Moodle Assignment activity.

  • CopyCheck - Commercial tool requires paid subscription
  • PLAGIARISMA - Commercial tool requires paid subscription
  • PlagScan - Commercial tool requires paid subscription
  • Vericite - Commercial tool requires paid subscription

Other tools for managing plagiarism