On the top horizontal menu, select the option “Plagiarism Checker.”
Wait for the suggestions to load. This process may take up to 20 seconds, depending on the length of your text.
Step 2: Select a Card and Read the Feedback
The text that has been detected as plagiarized will be underlined in red. You can either click on the underlined text or click on one of the orange feedback cards on the right-hand side of the screen.
The feedback card will open and the text corresponding to that specific text will now be highlighted in red.
The feedback card will tell you the source of the plagiarized text and provide you with a link to the plagiarized text. You can click on this link to open another tab and view the original source of the information.
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Does this detect all plagiarized text from all sources?
The accuracy of the plagiarism checker is highest when used with academic texts. These types of texts are the most common types of electronic texts to be correctly archived and cited online, allowing the plagiarism checker to work correctly.
If the plagiarism checker has not underlined a portion of your text as plagiarized, this does not necessarily mean it is not plagiarized. Ultimately, you are responsible for understanding the definition of plagiarism and avoiding it in your own writing.
What do I do if the Plagiarism Checker is not loading?
The time that the Plagiarism Checker takes to run can vary depending on the length and complexity of your text. The function is checking various databases and comparing original texts against your own text, give it a few seconds!
If the function does not provide any feedback within 30 seconds, try clicking again on the function button to reload the Plagiarism Checker. If this does not work, try refreshing your browser and reviewing your internet connection.
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