- "The highest rated system within the test 2010 is PlagAware"
Test HTW Berlin, 2010
- "PlagAware was one of the best systems in the area of usability"
Test HTW Berlin, 2013
- "PlagAware identified more web sources than most of other systems
c't Test Plagiarism Search Services, 2011
- 10.07.2017 - Server location in Germany - why is this of imprtance for your plagiarism checks? More...
- 16.03.2017 - Further improved recognition performance with the PlagAware FullScan technology. More...
- 20.01.2017 - New functions for free plagiarism checks of text versions. More...
- 01.11.2016 - Make own forms for the submission of assignment per "Drag & Drop" available to your students and pupils!
- 15.10.2016 - The expanded PlagAware API allows the transfer of text documents from your application
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Why should the text section for plagiarism scan be indicated?
Normally, not the entire content of your website is worth protecting in terms of copyright. In particular, menu structures, navigation aids, advertising, etc. can not normally be protected and for this reason should not be part of the PlagAware plagiarism scans.
In order to achieve optimal recognition performance of PlagAware, we recommend indicating the area of your website to be monitored in the HTML source code of your page. The tag tags are optional and will be evaluated on every scan. Set the tags to capture the entire (editorial) content of your page, but do not include nonspecific areas (e.g., menu structures, user login, advertising, etc.).
Please enclose the area to be checked for plagiarism in the PlagAware tags
as shown in the adjacent graphic.
The PlagAware tags can also be included multiple times on one page. In this case, any sections of text within these tags will be considered in the search for potential plagiarism.