PAPER REVIEW: PROTECTING STUDENTS’ INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE WEB PLAGIARISM DETECTION PROCESS
Students’ from all over the world face an undisclosed infringement to their intellectual property. Mainly their written submissions in the form of essays, assignments and homework are archived in plagiarism detection services (PDS) without their consent. It is fair to say that these documents are never used for anything other than to report on similarity and cross matching newly submitted documents for plagiarism detection, or so it seems. However, it still is a form of infringement, especially when PDS providers are making profit out of the whole process. This paper reviews the potential application and implications of implementing the proposed architecture in the reviewed paper. The proposed architecture highlights a great resolution to the problem. This paper addresses an overview of the reviewed paper, as well as key notes to consider when adopting the proposed architecture.
Plagiarism detection services, PDS, copyright infringement, college students.
HASHEM ALMUSAWI (2019). Paper review: Protecting students’ intellectual property in the web plagiarism detection process. International Journal of Teaching and Education, Vol. VII(1), pp. 1-6. , DOI: 10.52950/TE.2019.7.1.001
Received: 11 Jan 2019
Revised: 23 Feb 2019
Accepted: 6 Apr 2019
Published: 20 Apr 2019
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