Edition 16 (July 2013): WHAT'S NEW? | DID YOU KNOW? | CUSTOMER INSIGHTS | COMMUNITY
Plagiarism detection software is accessible, affordable and effective, yet many common misperceptions exist about its use and limitations. This paper explores seven myths that surround plagiarism detection and provides guidance on how to best use these tools to ensure originality of an author’s own work, or of work submitted for publication or grant application.
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Now that the Document Viewer (DV) report mode has been removed from Beta, all users are encouraged to make the switch to using the DV to review document results. Also, three new features are available:
The technical editor for IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, a non-animal science journal published by the Federation of Animal Science Societies shares his perspective on plagiarism, experiences with different plagiarism instances, and insights into self-citation as well as the pressure to publish.
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