Plagiarism checker for universities

Plagiarism Checker for Universities and Schools

Similarity Checker powers the study and the research processes by offering the largest comparative database of scholarly articles among current providers of plagiarism checking services. Our service helps to minimize plagiarism by up to 33% more to our nearest competitor.

Where We Beat The Competition

The largest database of scholarly articles

Based on the study of the University of Zagreb, the nearest competitor checks for plagiarism against 49 million scholarly documents. The second closest competitor - against ~20 million academic papers. Our plagiarism checker will compare your texts against the database of 80 million scholarly documents.
Total 105 million of scholarly articles
Oxsico checks against 80 million and growing
Nearest competitor checks against 49 million
2nd comp. ~20 mil.

The widest language support

OXSICO Similarity Checker is fully multilingual. We support 128 different languages and our algorithms work perfectly with a variety of writing systems including Greek, Latin, Arabic, Aramaic, Cyrillic, Georgian, Armenian, Brahmic family scripts, Ge'ez script, Chinese characters and derivatives (including Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese), Hebrew. Based on the study of C. Namrata Mahender et al., other plagiarism detection services cover fewer languages, which gives us and our clients an edge in terms of system adaptability and capability.
  • Supported languages


  • Supported languages

The widest language support

OXSICO Similarity Checker is fully multilingual. We support 129 different languages and our algorithms work perfectly with a variety of writing systems including Greek, Latin, Arabic, Aramaic, Cyrillic, Georgian, Armenian, Brahmic family scripts, Ge'ez script, Chinese characters and derivatives (including Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese), Hebrew. Based on the study of C. Namrata Mahender et al., other plagiarism detection services cover fewer languages, which gives us and our clients an edge in terms of system adaptability and capability.

The quickest time of comparison

Oxsico checks documents efficiently and effectively. The average time of a check is 7 seconds per page vs. 10 seconds by our nearest competitor (according to the research of Y. Shkodkina and D. Pakauskas). For you, this means a greater return on investment and ensures that you will get your reports 30% faster using our plagiarism checker.
Oxsico checking speed is 8.6 pages/min
Nearest competitor - 6 pages/min
2nd competitor - 6 pages/min

How do the Customers Benefit

All in one plagiarism checking solution

In the current industry, two types of products for plagiarism checking are available: a plagiarism checker for study processes (I) and a plagiarism checker for research processes (II).

 

These products differ by the databases that are used in document verification. For study processes, the standard databases (web archives, news, magazines. encyclopaedias) are used. For research processes databases of scholarly articles are used.

 

The main benefit of Oxsico is the provision of a plagiarism checker for both study and research processes as a single service. For instance, in order to achieve the same scope with iParadigms, you will need to obtain two different services: iThenticate and Turnitin.

Cost-effective plagiarism checker

By offering the plagiarism checking service for both study and research processes as a single integrated service, we can deliver a cost-effective and streamlined solution. With Oxsico, you no longer need to purchase separate services for students and researchers. Acquiring two services at once leads to a significant reduction in costs for your institution.

Benefits for your organization

Your institution will retain academic honesty at the highest possible level. All the instances of plagiarism will be identified immediately and your reputation, as well as the prestige, will remain intact.

The slow integration and implantation of a certain mindset in the heads of students and young members of the academic community that plagiarism is not something you can get away with. It is a benefit proven psychologically, but its effect is not visible immediately after. This will be a long and marathon-like process but will build significant value.

More involved academic community, students will include themselves in their studies much more than before.

How Do We Ease You Processes

Delegate your responsibilities

At Oxsico, you will be able to create a flexible structure by assigning different users and providing them with different rights. Your lecturers will not need to upload the documents by themselves. All the routines, such as a paper upload, can be delegated to students directly.

Maintain personal databases

You will be able to create and use a personal database. Adding documents to your own database will let you perform a document-to-document comparison. With Oxsico, you can be sure that there will be no duplicate documents uploaded within your organisation.

Track your statistics

A detailed report system will help you to make decisions regarding the plagiarism prevention policy within your institution. You will get detailed reports on your own data as well as your sub-users’ data. You will be able to compare how things are going in different departments and between different users. This ensures tighter and effective tracking services with detailed and up-to-date data.

Control with the limitations

You can set up different limitation settings for more in-depth control of your users. Divide and split rights between branches or departments as well as set the uploads limit for different users.

Additional Features of our Plagiarism Checker

  • Paraphrase detection
  • Multilingual detection
  • Hidden plagiarism detection
  • Anti-cheat mechanisms
  • Extended scoring
  • Quote identification
  • Improper quote identification
  • Exclusion of bibliography and other paragraphs

People about Plagiarism

Certainly, the plagiarism, and dealing with the fallout of it, was the most difficult thing I've ever faced since I started writing.

Nora Roberts

Some Facts About Plagiarism

Roughly one out of three students plagiarise and have admitted to doing so. If we count in the human factor of not recognising the fact that they have plagiarised something, the number is going to be higher. Some estimates claim that it is closer to 50 or even 60%.

The most prominent source of plagiarised content is the internet (~90%).

Around 80 to 85% of the students who admitted to plagiarism claimed that they were not caught or have not received any punishment.

Almost all the students who admit to plagiarism (~95%) knew that they did something wrong. This shows awareness and indicates that the choice to plagiarise content or copy work was the last resort or a result of troubling circumstances.

Students Who Admitted To Plagiarism:

Close to 65% – cheated on a test by copying notes or someone else’s answers.

Around 60% – claimed that plagiarised content made up a significant part of at least one of their assignments.

Almost 97% – agreed to the fact that they plagiarised or copied homework answers, answers on a test or cheated.

Only 16% – admitted that they were caught doing so or after doing so and were punished. Most punishments, however, were nullified tasks or requests to rewrite. Less than 1% of the students received severe penalties like suspension or got expelled.

Even though there is no official data, some smaller surveys and researches state that plagiarism numbers increased about 10% over the past 16 years.

Ready To Set Up Plagiarism Control In Your Organization?

Oxsico is ready to go! We cannot wait to expand our user-base and open new possibilities for organisations and businesses worldwide.