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Academic Integrity (Unicheck)

NOTE: Unicheck will be discontinued June 30, 2024

Concerned about plagiarism?
The Academic Technology Committee (ATC) and Technology Mediated Instruction (TMI) are in the process of selecting a new academic integrity software solution for use with Canvas. Questions? Contact tmi@butte.edu.

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Wed, April 10, 9-10 AM
 via Zoom & Center for Excellence 
Thurs, April 11, 1-2 PM
 via Zoom & Center for Excellence 

 

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Recorded demonstration, March 27, 2024

 


Unicheck logoUnicheck is a cloud-based service that identifies similarity and similar submissions by comparing student submitted work against an ever-increasing database of sources.

Each day approximately one million new sources are added based on the topics and sources institutions are using.

 

Enable Unicheck

Unicheck is already installed and available to instructors in all Canvas courses, within the Assignment tool’s setup options.

You must enable Unicheck in each Assignment:

  • Unicheck within CanvasGo to the assignment
  • Click Edit
  • Select “Text Entry” or “File Upload” assignment types
  • See the Plagiarism Review feature to configure Unicheck options

 

Use Unicheck

Unicheck can be accessed from within the Canvas SpeedGrader when viewing a student’s submission, as well as the report of sources and other options.

Once you have enabled Unicheck within an Assignment, and students have submitted, you will see two reference points to the Unicheck similarity report.

One of these will be a percentage which indicates the level of the submission that is suspect.

Clicking on either icon will launch the Unicheck Report and corresponding links to suspected sources.

Unicheck within Speedgrader

 

 

 

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