Plagiarism: Prevention, Practice and Policies 2004 Conference For the past several years, technology approaches to plagiarism prevention have focused on detection, meaning the ability for a lecturer to utilise software to analyse student papers and detect whether or not content was plagiarised from another source. This paper proposes adding another approach, Research Process Automation, which focuses on automating elements of the research and writing process and more specifically on the development of research work products. This approach provides plagiarism prevention through just-in-time guidance, research project management, productivity tools, and tracking features. The topics included are the scope of the plagiarism problem, current approaches, some of the strength
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