This paper is concerned with reporting the experience and findings of staff using a commercially-available textmatching tool (Turnitin) to detect plagiarism in a university setting in New Zealand. The use of actual instances of plagiarism revealed through Turnitin in a teaching department is a departure from the more usual selfreporting methodology used in many plagiarism research papers. The paper concludes by asking questions of the implications for institutions, teaching staff and students.
Goddard, R., & Rudzki, R. (2005). Using an Electronic Text-Matching Tool (Turnitin) to Detect Plagiarism in a New Zealand University. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice, 2(3), 67-73. https://doi.org/10.53761/22.214.171.124