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Turnitin: Empower Students to Do Their Best

During studies at VMU, students often rely on other authors’ publications and other sources of information for their work, so it is very important to observe the principles of academic integrity and the requirements for citing the literature used.

In order to promote awareness and quality writing, VMU has launched the Turnitin Similarity Checker in the study process. The program will allow students to check their work and assess whether the sources used have been properly cited. This will help to avoid plagiarism and to better understand authorship requirements. Turnitin is useful for both lecturers and students as it can detect similarities with other documents and protect against unintentional plagiarism. It allows checking written work in different languages using a large database and quickly obtaining results.

Students will be able to start using the system once e-mails have been sent to their VMU e-mail account regarding the set-up and activation of their Turnitin account and the instructions in the e-mail have been followed. Notice. If a student does not receive the email, please contact the system administrator.

For a quick check of your work, see the instruction. If you need help, please contact the library consultants.


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