July 21, 2021
Miami, USA – July 21, 2021 – ITMS Group Inc., leading provider of information services, products, and solutions to optimize library management, is pleased to announce its new partnership with Compilatio.
Compilatio is a software that helps the detection and prevention of plagiarism. This tool has several mechanisms aimed at teachers, students and professionals in writing and editing. Thanks to Compilatio one can check, reference sources, and avoid involuntary plagiarism, in addition to having full control of the creations of the user.
Its intuitive interface allows document analysis in just three clicks. It also provides free access sources online in every language, other works analyzed and associated with Compilatio.net.
Compilatio finds the sources that present similarities to your document, creating a report that clearly and legibly shows all the similar texts detected and their origin. In addition, it is fully cloud-based, no installation is required. Results are accurate and clear with analysis ready in minutes. Compilatio can be fully integrated with ILS libraries, allowing to check its repositories for plagiarism.
Integrating Compilatio with your institution’s Virtual Classroom platform, such as Moodle, is easily done –
- Integration possible in minutes
- Flexible and adaptable to each institution
- There is no need for additional resources from universities
- It democratizes the use of the tool for the entire
Compilatio differs from the other anti-plagiarism systems –
- GDPR data protection:
- Plagiarism prevention and detection program. Resources and training development:
In the coming weeks, Compilatio will present its new platform for users
About ITMS Group Inc.
Headquartered in Miami, Florida, and with a satellite office in Sao Paulo, Brazil, ITMS Group offers innovative, technology-driven products and services that build on our expertise. ITMS Group currently represents more than 30 high-impact scientific and technical publishers, delivering peer-reviewed journals, e-books, proceedings, and standards to more than 1,000 universities, research institutions and governments around the world.