A Free Plagiarism Checker for Teachers

A Free Plagiarism Checker for Teachers

PlagiarismChecker.com provides teachers with a quick and easy way to check content from student work for exact phrase matches on the internet. Tools like Turnitin are much more robust, but can be cost prohibitive for teachers.



Plagiarism Checker

Simply go to PlagiarismChecker.com. Like most free sites, it’s littered with adds. In fact you’ll need to close the add that pops up in the bottom right corner before you can use the site. To get started, copy any suspicious sentence from a student paper and paste it into the search box. You can enter multiple phrases or sentences, just hit “Enter” after each phrase. Click search when you are done entering phrases you want to check, and a Google search for your phrase or phrases will open. Exact phrase matches are shown in bold on the search page.

A Free Plagiarism Checker

You can achieve the same results by performing an exact phrase match in Google. Just enclose your phrase with quotation marks in the search box. PlagiarismChecker.com just streamlines the process.

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Nick LaFave

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Gord

Great to see more options other than turnitin. I’d love to know if there is a checker that could be easily integrated into Classroom and Google Docs.

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Nick LaFave

I just came across Unicheck. I haven’t had a chance to check it out yet. I’m not sure they have a solid free option, but it does look like it integrates with Google Classroom and a few others.

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