Ensure your work is original with Outwrite's plagiarism checker
The Oxford Dictionary defines plagiarism as: "the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own." This includes copying someone else word-for-word without quotation marks, and citing a source incorrectly (or not at all).
Whenever you use someone else's ideas, make sure you acknowledge them correctly in-text and in your reference list. If you're quoting the author directly, use quotation marks. If you're paraphrasing or summarizing the author, make sure to write it in your own words and provide the relevant reference details. You can check if you've plagiarized accidentally by running your document through Outwrite's plagiarism checker.
Outwrite's essential features, like grammar and spell checking, are available to all users for free. If you would like to check your work for plagiarism, you'll need to upgrade to our Pro plan.
Pro users can access up to 50 plagiarism checks per month. If you would like more checks, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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