Types of Plagiarism and How to Avoid Them
Plagiarism is a never-ending problem in academia. Some people resort to plagiarism unknowingly, while others see it as a shortcut to meeting deadlines. As per a survey at Rutgers University (on 24000 students), nearly 58% of students have admitted to plagiarism. Whatever the reason to copy, the implications of plagiarism are serious, so it makes…
PowerPoint Plagiarism Checker: Helping You Design an Effective Presentation
The idea of PowerPoint came into being in July 1984, with the first version being rolled out in April 1987. After more than three decades of existence, it still ranks as the leading presentation software across the globe. It is available for both Android and iOS operating systems. You can perform morph transitions, insert 3D…
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