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1 Suang Udomvaraphunt Academic IT Unit Stang Mongkolsuk Library and information Division Faculty of Science, Mahidol University

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3 What is Turnitin? Turnitin is part of a comprehensive solution, called WriteCycle, that allows educators and students to assess and grade student work via the internet. WriteCycle is a suite of tools: Originality Report – Turnitin plagiarism detection PeerMark – students peer reviewing each others’ work GradeMark – online grading and ability to data-mine information Mahidol University subscribed all 3 modules.

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5 Based and most-used module in WriteCycle Compare texts in the submitted paper with stored digital content in databases Internet and archived, student paper publisher (open access and commercial journals and e- books) To check that you write the article by yourself or copy / modify from somewhere else.

6 Originality report

7 An internet based service (no software) Accepts student papers Produces originality reports Identifies content copied from: The internet...and the archived internet Nearly 200 million submitted student works from over 9,000 institutions around the world GALE OneFile The COMPLETE EBSCO database ALL of the content from the world’s STM and academic publishers All Yahoo web and current news content Content from over 31 languages Plagiarism Detection EXCLUSIVE Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

8 New Content – publishers JISC Collections and e-Book project British Library EThOS project EBSCO Pearson McGraw Hill PubMed Central Open Archives arXiv.org MOST – China (also interested in identifying translations) University content (e.g., University of Malaysia) EXCLUSIVE Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

9 New Content - CrossRef 25+ million journal articles already ACM, BMJ Publishing Group, Elsevier, IEEE, Nature Publishing Group, Oxford University Press, Sage, Informa UK (Taylor & Francis), Wiley Blackwell, Springer, Sage, Am. Institute of Physics, Am. Physical Society, Am. Psychological Society, AAAS Publisher participation is growing quickly Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

10 10 Higher Education in USA Georgetown University Miami Dade College University of Maryland University College University of Florida Lehigh University Rutgers University Auburn University Hofstra University California State University System Tulane University University of California Los Angeles University of California Irvine Selected Client List (student paper) International Over 90% of all the Colleges and Universities in the United Kingdom The American University in Cairo Ryerson Polytechnic University University of Toronto National University of Singapore University of Victoria Trinity College The University of Waikato Auckland University of Technology American University of Beirut Cairo American College Shanghai American School Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

11 extract matching documents Needle in the Haystack Searching the Entire Document manuscript or article submitted to iParadigms computer transforms manuscript to digital fingerprint student papers or client node books, journals, newspapers copy of internet next slide Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

12 Needle in a Haystack Digital fingerprint of the manuscript/article is remapped into a high dimensional space and test for clustering Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

13 Matching passages from millions of Books, Journals, Newspapers Originality Report Matching passages from 12+ billion Internet web pages: updated at a rate of million pages/day Matching passages from millions of Student Papers or Client Node Matching passages compared to original manuscript/article Create Originality Report Entire process: seconds- minutes Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

14 Detection Word Substitution or Alteration Macbeth Manuscript from the internet Macbeth is presented as a mature man of definitely established character, successful in certain fields of activity and enjoying an enviable reputation. We must not conclude, there, that all his volitions and actions are predictable; Macbeth's character, like any other man's at a given moment, is what is being made out of potentialities plus environment, and no one, not even Macbeth himself, can know all his inordinate self-love whose actions are discovered to be-and no doubt have been for a long time- determined mainly by an inordinate desire for some temporal or mutable good. Same manuscript with modified words Macbeth is shown as an empowered man of well-established character, prosperous in several fields of life and enjoying an esteemed reputation. We mustn't conclude, therefore, that all of his volitions and actions will be foreseeable; Macbeth's essence, like most other men at any given time, is what's being created out of potentialities and his environment, and no one, not even Macbeth himself, can discern all his immoderate self-love whose behaviors are found to be-and without doubt have been for some time- determined primarily by an extreme desire for a temporal or changeable good. Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

15 Macbeth Manuscript from the internet Macbeth is presented as a mature man of definitely established character, successful in certain fields of activity and enjoying an enviable reputation. We must not conclude, there, that all his volitions and actions are predictable; Macbeth's character, like any other man's at a given moment, is what is being made out of potentialities plus environment, and no one, not even Macbeth himself, can know all his inordinate self-love whose actions are discovered to be-and no doubt have been for a long time-determined mainly by an inordinate desire for some temporal or mutable good. Modified paper (from previous slide) + added content Shakespeare's famous play, Macbeth, is one of his great tragedies based around the classic theme of the hero's fatal flaw. Macbeth is presented as a mature man of definitely established character, successful in certain fields of activity and enjoying an enviable reputation. Yet, like any man, he is human, and thus in possession of flaw and foibles, hidden that they may be from public eye, and hinted at by foreshadow only by the author. We must not conclude, there, that all his volitions and actions are predictable; Macbeth's character, like any other man's at a given moment, is what is being made out of potentialities plus environment, and no one, not even Macbeth himself, can know all his inordinate self-love whose actions are discovered to be-and no doubt have been for a long time- determined mainly by an inordinate desire for some temporal or mutable good. This desire being so strong under certain circumstances as to override all others, even, as is usually the case in tragedy, the ultimate desire of self- preservation. Detection Sentence or Paragraph Addition Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

16  MU policy (since September 2010) All staff  Instructor account  Quick submit paper  Create a class Student  Student account  Join class  Submit paper in class assignment Acquire account from their own institute library

17  SC staff and student Fill in Turnitin account request form Stang Mongkolsuk library website. (http://stang.sc.mahidol.ac.th) Use MU address Received reply mail from turnitin for username and password Login

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19  Non SC staff and student Request for Turnitin account from MU Library and Knowledge website.

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21 Click on “Forgot Password” link

22 Answer of secret question If forgot the secret question click “Forgot the answer” link and wait for for a “reset password” link

23 Tii student account Class Assignment  submit paper

24 SC student get 2 classes Thesis check  thesis checking. (institute reposit) Class for test  for testing / first draft

25 25 ClassID  from your instructor Enroll password  from your instructor

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27 Single file upload Copy and paste from clipboard

28 How long for getting result < 1 min 1-2 min 2-3 min 3-5 min 5-10 min min min > 30 min Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

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30  Turnitin 2 has 2 report modes Document viewer – shown in original format Text only mode – shown in unformatted text

31 Document viewer mode View primary source View all sources Text only mode View information Print report Download original

32 View report option Download original Print report Text only mode

33  Print report To printer As PDF file

34 Slide and information from Book Promotion & Service Co Ltd

35 Don’t worry too much with % of similarity index There are some cases that your report look similar to others Used common words (material and method section, research methodology) Bibliography Quoted words (allowed in some field only) Take care of big block or group of similar text reported Consult you advisor (It’s your advisor decision)

36 Do I have to get a score of zero to avoid being accused of plagiarism? No. Small fragments and phrases or bits of references are not a problem. Lecturers really only look for large chucks of text that have been copied verbatim without attribution (that means without any reference being cited). How much would I have to copy to be guilty of plagiarism? There’s no set figure in the University Regulations, it just says, a “substantial amount” and the interpretation of this has to be made by your lecturer in the context of the work. What if I copied a lot of material but put it in speech marks and gave references? Would that be OK? Not really, it wouldn’t be plagiarism but it would be poor scholarship since you would simply be presenting the work of others without adding much of your own. This would result in a lower mark and perhaps even a fail. So how much of a piece of work should consist of quoted material? There’s no answer to that, it depends very much on the subject matter and format. I generally advise my students when they write essays that the work should not have more than 10% of quoted material, but this is a guide not a rule and what is appropriate may vary between subject and assignments.

37  Faculty of Science staff & students (only) Suang Udomvaraphunt Tel :  For other institute Rakchanok Khamprathom

38 @Stang Mongkolsuk library website  Turn-It-In  Academic IT. Blog


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