plagiarism reports





We think our interactive reports are great at providing an adaptive overview of potential plagiarism detected in texts. Still we recognize the need to export the results to a static format, for reasons like archiving or documentation. In the printed version or as PDF export dynamic, interactive elements are obviously obstructive… Read More »

Plagiarism Report Prints and PDF export


Top Blogs on Plagiarism Plagiarism is a pervasive issue within the academic and the business world. But also in politics, plagiarism plays a big role exposing politician’s dishonesty and questioning their credibility. The most recent case revolved around the plagiarism scandal of Germany’s defense minister, who allegedly plagiarized many parts… Read More »

Top Blogs on Plagiarism – Today: Blogs in English



Dear Users,   Our latest feature is a useful addition to PlagScan’s Assignment Submission Tool, inspired by our Share Reports with a Third Party feature, which enables third parties to view plagiarism reports. Now, students can not only submit their work independently but also view their own plagiarism reports. This way students are… Read More »

Share Plagiarism Reports With Students