Every Hub module should have a menu item called "Plagiarism & Referencing" and in this section you will find a link to a 'Similarity Checker Tool' and also a link to the QMU student guide to avoiding plagiarism. This resource provides information and resources in relation to QMU's approach to plagiarism prevention.

The tool link can be used to check your draft referencing before submitting your assignment to the separate dropbox for marking. 

Student Guides to using the similarity checker tool

The Guides are available as .pdf's and .docs, you can choose to open in your browser or download.

The Similarity Checker Tool allows you to check draft versions of your work before final submission. 

Using the Similarity Checker Tool

Using the Similarity Checker Tool.doc  download and open on your computer

Interpreting the Similarity Report links to the Turnitin UK support page containing advice on how to interpret the reports

Every Hub module should have a menu item called "Plagiarism & Referencing" and in this section you will find a link to a 'Similarity Checker Tool' and also a link to the QMU student guide to avoiding plagiarism. This resource provides information and resources in relation to QMU's approach to plagiarism prevention.

The tool link can be used to check your draft referencing before submitting your assignment to the separate dropbox for marking. 

Student Guides to using the similarity checker tool

The Guides are available as .pdf's and .docs, you can choose to open in your browser or download.

The Similarity Checker Tool allows you to check draft versions of your work before final submission. 

Using the Similarity checker tool

Using the Similarity Checker Tool.doc  download and open on your computer

Interpreting the Similarity Report links to the Turnitin UK support page containing advice on how to interpret the reports

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