Help at ODU:
EndNote is a citation manager provided by ODU that allows you to save & organize resources. It also has a built-in "cite while you write" function in MS Word.
Examples of Plagiarism:
How to Avoid Plagiarism:
"I pledge to support the Honor System of Old Dominion University. I will refrain from any form of academic dishonesty or deception, such as cheating or plagiarism. I am aware that as a member of the academic community it is my responsibility to turn in all suspected violations of the Honor Code. I will report to a hearing if summoned."
The Chegg Writing plagiarism checker uses technology like Turnitin to check papers against billions of sources. When you access the tool, you can upload your document or copy and paste it into the checker. This detector is a paid subscription but has a free 7-day trial. The webpage has useful information to understand better what plagiarism is.
Grammarly’s plagiarism checker can detect plagiarism from billions of web pages as well as from ProQuest’s academic databases. The free plagiarism check will tell you whether or not your text contains duplicate content. The Premium plagiarism check highlights passages that require citations and gives you the resources you need to properly credit your sources.
Scribbr software highlights the similarities that are most likely plagiarism. Commonly used words and phrases, along with your reference list, are ignored. In partnership with Turnitin, the Scribbr Plagiarism Checker compares your document to over 70 billion web pages and 69 million scholarly publications.
This is paid software, but the web page has useful information about plagiarism in the Knowledge Base.