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Will Google Books Project Victory in Court Bring You Any Good?

Unplag plagiarism checker is pleased to announce an essay scholarship contest to reward the most creative and original mind by giving away $2,000 to one excellent student towards his or her tuition.

We welcome all students who are 18 years or older and are enrolled in full-time graduate or undergraduate programs to participate in the contest by submitting a 500-word essay on the topic of plagiarism in the academic field. Entrants can submit only one concise, plagiarism-free essay written in English.

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Study Skills and Learning Habit

Know-How: Improve Your Study Skills and Work Out a Learning Habit

It’s a question that tortures every student: How can I improve my study skills? Is there any way to do it fast and effectively?

First off, you need to realize why you need to boost your study skills. The benefits of being a lifelong learner are numerous. For example, you’ll spend considerably less time doing homework. Then, you get used to learning and stay more concentrated when studying. And, of course, you train your brain and memorize information better. Enjoy the advantages!

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Plagiarism as the Moving Force of Art Development

Plagiarism as the Moving Force of Art Development

Every system has its own rules, laws, schemes and connections. Without certain rules there would be no systematic approaches in science, politics, culture and art. The moving force of science is data collection, research and experiments. Politics is pushed forward by politicians and sometimes people or nations, culture is influenced directly by people, their tastes, knowledge, education, and memory.

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Plagiarism Scenarios: A Journal Article Has Been Used as a Model

Plagiarism Scenarios: A Journal Article Has Been Used as a Model

Knowing and understanding different plagiarism scenarios will help you avoid the most common mistakes when writing a research paper. As you read the scenario about Edward and his paper about the state of nuclear energy in the 21st century, see if you can tell whether or not Edward committed plagiarism before reading the verdict. You may want to check the article about types of plagiarism before deciding.

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