Moodle plugins directory: VeriCite
Plagiarism ::: plagiarism_vericite
Maintained by Bryan Holladay
VERICITE IS A SIMPLE AND COST-EFFECTIVE WAY TO DETECT PLAGIARISM. WITH VERICITE, INSTRUCTORS CAN TACKLE PLAGIARISM WITHOUT MAKING IT A PRIMARY FOCUS OF THEIR COURSE.
Current versions available: 2
Identify possible plagiarism immediately using VeriCite, an easy-to-use and instant plagiarism reporting service backed by VeriCite's acclaimed technical support team.
A CLOSER LOOK AT VERICITE
- VeriCite reports are dynamic, allowing instructors to examine sources.
- VeriCite scans textual material in all common file formats.
- VeriCite is reliable. Consistently smooth reporting.
- VeriCite reports on single attachments, multiple attachments and even inline text.
- VeriCite costs less than one-third of the competition.
- VeriCite comes with responsive and accurate technical support.
- VeriCite supports native and LTI integrations with a broad range of learning management systems, including Moodle.
Try VeriCite today with a free demo at https://vericite.com, or sign your institution up for a free 60-day trial with no long-term obligation.
To learn more about VeriCite, visit us at https://vericite.com or call 844-VERICITE
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manually. Instead of low-level access to the config_plugins table, pls use the API for that - like set_config().
In db/events.php, all the relevant code seems to be commented out. Am I missing something here?
You create functions in the global PHP scope without the valid frankenstyle prefix. This is strongly discouraged in order to prevent
collisions with (current and/or future) core code or some other plugin. See
http://docs.moodle.org/dev/Coding_style#Functions_and_Methods for details.
For now, I am going to mark this plugin as needing more work until we get these issues resolved. Thanks for your patience with the
review and approval process.
I will fix this
I will work on changing this
I don't use any of these events since our service is instance and doesn't rely on cron jobs. I left them commented out in case I need them later and I need a template. I can remove these if you want.
I'll update this
Thanks for looking at the code and giving feedback.
So your plugin does not implement the plagiarism API? It's not supposed to check for things right after they are submitted by the student?
A blank page is returned when I click on the "Submit" button in the registration page.
Issue present in both current versions:
No issue in:
When creating an assignment, under VeriCite, check the first box Enable VeriCite Plagiarism Service. Note: the other boxes appear to be checked, but they don’t function until the top box is checked.