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Teachers can use a webcheck or file check. “Files must contain at least 20 words and not exceed 100,000 words in length. Web Check must contain at least 20 words and not exceed 1000 words in length.”
The webcheck checks for plagiarism from the internet, and the file check will compare from 2 to 8 files for plagiarism against each other. The files can be uploaded as .doc, .docx, or .pdf. With the webcheck you will have to copy and paste the text.


Chimpsky detects plagiarism in text documents. It offers two functions:

  1. It finds duplicated content within a given set of documents.
  2. It searches Google for web-derived content.
Chimpsky is free to use but requires that you sign up for a user account. To see some of its functionality in action, login as user 'demo', password 'demo'.


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