What to do when you feel like your student plagiarized?

Allison.Wilder Allison.Wilder
I recently mentored someone (a class I cancelled because I got a weird feeling about the reviews being submitted) and as I was reading through their reviews, I felt like the work was most likely taken directly from somewhere else (it sounded very similar to something straight off of a product page). I did a search of the toy reviews on Eden, but didn't see anything similar.

I didn't report it anywhere because I have no proof other than a gut feeling, but I'm wondering what other (more experienced) mentors would have done here.

Any advice/tips/suggestion s would be great in case I ever run into this in the future.
03/09/2013
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indiglo indiglo
On this older thread, Ms. N shared a link to a website where you can go and copy/paste in text and it will help you find out if it's been plagiarized. Here's the link she shared (so you don't have to sift through the entire thread):

The Plagiarism Checker
03/09/2013
Kindred Kindred
Google also works really well. Simply select a few sentences and let Google do the work. It's what I do for editing.
03/09/2013
Sammi Sammi
Googling, or using a plagiarism checker works well. If you find that they are plagiarizing, please let an admin know
03/10/2013
Allison.Wilder Allison.Wilder
Thanks everyone, I appreciate the input! I'll definitely be running them through some checks from here on out.
03/11/2013
sktb0007 sktb0007
Quote:
Originally posted by Kindred
Google also works really well. Simply select a few sentences and let Google do the work. It's what I do for editing.
That's what I did as well. It works great!
03/13/2013
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