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1 Creating A More Educated Georgia Plagiarism Detection: Is Technology the Answer? USG Surveys Liz Johnson Project Manager Advanced Learning Technologies Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Copyright Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia (BOR) This work is the intellectual property of the BOR. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of the author. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the copyright holder.

2 Creating A More Educated Georgia Overall Faculty Satisfaction Very satisfied % Somewhat satisfied % No opinion67.41% Very dissatisfied33.70% Somewhat dissatisfied11.23% Answered=81/643=13%

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4 Satisfaction with Originality Reports Very satisfied % Somewhat satisfied % Somewhat dissatisfied22.47% No opinion00% Very dissatisfied00% Did not use00% Answered=81

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6 Satisfaction with Statistical Reports Very satisfied % Somewhat satisfied % Did not use911.11% No opinion67.41% Somewhat dissatisfied22.47% Very dissatisfied11.23% Answered=81

7 Creating A More Educated Georgia Effectiveness TermInstitutionsInstructorsStudentsSubmissions>75% non original Sp03 pilot102072, % ,29714,9794% ,55039,1075% ,66945,2123% ,33859,1192%

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9 Legal Implications FERPA The U. S. Board of Education issued a letter in August 2006 stating that identifying student information may not be transmitted to a third party. USG attorney recommends students be given a choice of taking a course with or without plagiarism detection, submit voluntarily or the instructor submit for the student using an anonymous code. Turnitin is developing an anonymous coding system which it plans to submit to the Board of Education for approval.

10 Creating A More Educated Georgia Student Intellectual Property Rights Turnitin has been sued by students several times. So far, all suits have been settled out of court with no judicial decision. In March 2007, a new suit was filed against Turnitin by four high school students in Virginia and Arizona. A USG attorney feels this is not an issue because Turnitin does not affect the market value of a work submitted to it. MyDropBox segregates papers by institution.

11 Creating A More Educated Georgia Cost Base price$ $650.00$800.00$ per student cost$0.50$0.60$0.75$0.80$0.87 Example institution$9,287.00$11,892.00$15,887.00$17,169.00$18,651.00

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13 DLA Focus Group Do on campus or online students commit more plagiarism? There are more opportunities (in online classes), but students cheat just as much in an on campus class. Where do students get their work? Mostly they plagiarized from other students on their campus such as through fraternity or sorority files and from open websites. But many students also plagiarize from papers of their friends on other campuses.


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