Answered By: ic
Last Updated: Feb 15, 2017     Views: 116

All past Western Sydney University student papers are retrievable.

Matching sources are shown as an accumulation.

Click on the arrow in the ‘Match Overview’ to see the Match Breakdown

Sometimes there will be one paper which has a very high match, and a list of others which may match at smaller proportions.

This may be an indication of self-plagiarism or collusion.

In the example below, 13% of this submission matches 37 different papers submitted to Western Sydney University.
There are 11 papers which have an 8% match to this submission, and more at 7%, and so on.

  • The selected paper (in red) has two matches to this submission. Use the arrows at the top (grey band: Match 1 of 2) to navigate through each match.
  • With the individual match selected, click the blue link in the pop-up box to see details of class, instructor and date submitted, as well as download the submission (see the second screenshot below).
  • You can also click the arrow next to the individual matched submission to download that submission.

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