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Publisher: Kişi Dergisi
Journal: Eğitim Teknolojisi Kuram ve Uygulama
Languages: Turkish
Types: Article
Subjects:  academic  honesty;  plagiarism;  Turnitin®    , akademik dürüstlük, aşırmacılık, Turnitin®
    The  purpose  of  this  study  is  to  examine  a  group  of  university  students’  views  on  the  use  of  Turnitin®   to   identify   and   prevent   plagiarism.   The   participants   consist   of   120   students  (female  =  68,  male  =  52,  mean  age  =  21.7)  out  of  155  who  responded  to  survey  and  taking  Instructional  Design,  Teaching  Methods  II  and  Teaching  Practice  courses  in  the  department  of  Computer  Education  and  Instructional  Technology  at  Hacettepe  University  in  2014  spring  semester.  The  survey  included  20  items  related  to  students’  prior  knowledge  on  academic  honesty  and  their  experiences  on  Turnitin®  use  (i.e.,  ease  of  use  of  the  system,  effects  of  Turnitin®  use  on  preventing  plagiarism).  Descriptive  statistics  (percentages  and  frequencies)  were   used   to   analyze   the   data.   The   study   revealed   that   the   participants   were   aware   that  plagiarism   was   wrong,   they   had   positive   opinions   on   the   use   of   Turnitin®   to   prevent  plagiarism,  but  some  of  the  participants  were  worried  about  the  use  of  Turnitin®.    

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