This is my first time enrol to the online degree programme and my first time to encounter this software (Turnitin). At first, I'm was a bit nervous and make my first mistake by posting the wrong seminar 1 DQ in the wrong (Turnitin) link. Fortunately I manage to contact the instructor to do the explanation and able to complete my first assignment submission meaningfully. I learned that (Turnitin) was used by most of the university and college to detect plagiarism and I was surprised to found out the capabilities of the software to address the plagiarism and deliver feedback to the user. Based on my interpretation on the originality report generated from (Turnitin). I can understand that the higher the percentage mean that the higher similarity content of the assignment submitted through (Turnitin) link. Academic integrity scenario feedback
Scenario 1. This student already committed an academic offense called plagiarism by using other author's work as his own. He copy and paste all the resources into his personal essay obtained from the university online library databases. He should use "Turnitin" to check the originality of his report and identify the other author's work which is not belong to him. Scenario 2. This student shall refer to the referencing guide line in the UOL library for online students in order to establish the definition of referencing which consist of paraphrase, summarise, quote and copy. She should use the (RefWorks) access provided by UOL, a referencing tool for online researching, writing and bibliography to assist her easily gather information required for her essay preparation and generate the citations and bibliographies. On top of that, she can refer to "Purdue OWL, Online Writing Lab" for the improvement of general writing, research and citation resources. Bibliography
Plagiarism definition, http://www.liv.ac.uk/library/ohecampus/study/plagiarism.htm (accessed : 15 Dec 2010) Referencing guideline to develop a Bibliography,...
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