Updated version of the anti-plagiarism guide
The interactive anti-plagiarism guide has been edited and expanded in order to make it as useful as possible. Among the additions is a section on academic writing.
How to update the guide
There are two ways to update the guide, which one you choose depends on how you added it to your course.
- If you have copied the guide from another Canvas course, you must remove the old guide from the course, and re-import it from Canvas Commons.
- If you imported the guide from Canvas Commons, go to Commons and update.
Detailed instructions on how to update or download the anti-plagiarism guide can be found in the guide Canvas for teachers at JU.
Changes to the anti-plagiarism guide
- Obsolete material has been removed.
- Pages have been merged and texts have been expanded.
- Information about academic writing has been added to part 2: What is plagiarism and how do I avoid it?
- Broken links have been fixed.
- Urkund information has been updated to Ouriginal, such as their handbook on plagiarism.
As of spring 2020, the library's team for student instruction are responsible for the anti-plagiarism guide. We are regularly working on the guide to keep it relevant. Feel free to contact us if you have questions, ideas or discover errors: firstname.lastname@example.org