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ANTI-PLAGIARISM SOFTWARE – COMPILATIO STUDIUM FOR STUDENTS


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For final year students in all Bachelor and Masters/postgraduate courses within the Department of Economics and Business Studies, it is compulsory to put your final essay/thesis through a plagiarism check to verify any inappropriate use of sources. Plagiarism is a growing phenomenon in Italy and around the world, especially with the possibilities that the Internet now provides. For preventive and educational purposes, the University of Verona is equipped with anti-plagiarism software (COMPILATIO.NET), which allows teachers to check that graduating students have used sources correctly for their final essay or thesis, and most particularly, allows students to self-evaluate the authenticity of their work. It is therefore important that, while working on their thesis, students are aware of how to use and cite sources correctly, and that they ask their teacher or thesis supervisor in case of any questions or doubts.

SELF-EVALUATION OF ESSAY OR THESIS

While writing your essay or thesis, you can check your work at any time in order to identify any parts of the text that may be ambiguous, thereby allowing you to find the sources and correctly compile your bibliographic reference section. The University of Verona offers each student fourty (40) pages of “free analysis”, to allow you to check your work. Register for the service by filling out the web form at the following address:
https://www.compilatio.net/studium-inscription/isuv39.
You will receive an email confirming registration; you will then be able to access the service using the login and password sent to you.

SUBMITTING YOUR FINAL ESSAY

You will need to submit your work by the set deadline by uploading it to a specific link created by the teacher or thesis supervisor. This will allow them to check the document using anti-plagiarism software. If there is a significant percentage of similarity with other source, the professor will assess whether it was properly used and cited; in the case of improper use of sources, the professor may ask you to make corrections before the intended exam session or the following one.

For more information see the Available documents.

 




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