Efficacy of Turnitin in support of an institutional plagiarism policy

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Starr, S. and Graham-Matheson, L. 2012. Efficacy of Turnitin in support of an institutional plagiarism policy.
AuthorsStarr, S. and Graham-Matheson, L.
TypeConference paper
Year2012
Conference5th International Plagiarism Conference
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Deposited13 May 2013
Output statusUnpublished
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