Edition 15 (May 2013): WHAT'S NEW? | DID YOU KNOW? | CUSTOMER INSIGHTS | COMMUNITY
WEBCAST: PLAGIARISM HIGHEST CONCERN
Last month the council chair at COPE, Ginny Barbour, and the university research chair at OHRI, David Moher, helped reveal the results of an iThenticate survey that probed the top ethical and industry concerns of journal editors. Watch the webcast or read along, and get the full report of survey findings.
Did You Know?
MONTHLY LIVE, ONLINE TRAINING WEBCASTS
iThenticate now offers live, online training sessions to show new users and customers how to use the service effectively. Both sessions -- Introduction to iThenticate and CrossCheck Introduction to iThenticate -- are scheduled each month and include a demonstration on how to switch to the new report view, Document Viewer (DV). No registration is required.
What is the best way to protect an organization from being associated with plagiarism? A subcontractor from USAID spoke to us about working with researchers from around the world. She shared how she mitigated risks by educating scholars about plagiarism and ethical issues, and implementing plagiarism detection software.
iThenticate's newsletter, CTRL-V, discusses the latest and most pressing stories around plagiarism and scholarly misconduct issues. CTRL-V features Jonathan Bailey from Plagiarism Today who provides expert analysis on the issues of the day. Get on the mailing list by signing up for blog updates.