How to Keep Your School Work Plagiarism Free This Year
School is back and with that comes all of the work you had a break from this summer. Book reports, thesis statements, and research papers are all starting to be assigned and that means creating your best work. Here’s how to check for accidental plagiarism in your work this year.
We’ve made it easy to scan your work the way that is most comfortable for you so you can always feel sure that your work has been checked, even with citations and references. If you sign up for the Copyleaks website, you can submit your assignments to be scanned whenever you need. We even check for plagiarism in more than 100 languages if you’re submitting an assignment for a foreign language class.
If you feel most at ease writing your assignments on Microsoft Word, we have an easy to use add-in that you can get from the store. Simply select the whole document or specific text and your Word Doc will be scanned in just a few seconds.
Many schools are now working with Google and Google Docs to write essays. If you have written your assignment in Google Docs, there is now an add-on that allows you to scan your document straight from the doc. You can easily receive the similarity results and sources in the doc and click the source to see more about the comparison between the two texts.
While it may be a more rare occasion to hand write a paper, you also have the ability to use the Copyleaks Plagiarism Checker app on your iPhone, Android device, or even tablet to take a photo of the text you wrote and scan it there. You can never be too sure that everything you’ve included is original, especially when you can’t simply copy and paste your work online.
We hope that this school year your assignments are worthy of the best grades and of course are free of plagiarism. Remember you get 10 free pages to scan every month! Learn more about how to use Copyleaks for students here.