Turnitin is a tool to prevent plagiarism. Your instructor will give you details about submitting your paper to his/her course assignment on Turnitin. It will then identify 'unoriginal content' by highlighting similarities in its bank of internet, academic and student paper content. If the Similarity Report has been made available by your instructor, you will see similar or matching text:
For more information, see the Student Quick Start Guide on the Turnitin website.
Paper and Digital Copying Guidelines
Redeemer's license with Access Copyright provides students and faculty and staff with permission to copy within or in support of our institution's mandate, in addition to ways that are covered by fair dealing and other permitted uses under the Canadian Copyright Act.
What may I copy?
You may copy portions of any published work in Access Copyright’s repertoire. Search for your title by using their Look-up tool. For example:
How can I create and distribute copies?
For published works in Access Copyright’s repertoire, you can:
How much may I copy?
You may copy up to 20% of a book or:
There are no limits on the quantity of copies you can make. More information is available at http://www.accesscopyright.ca.
Can I request permission to copy beyond the limits?
You can request permission to copy from 20% to 25% of a covered title on a pay-per-use basis (12 cents per page) and permission can be requested through the lookup tool.
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