Student Quick Guide

Plagiarism

There are different plagiarism tools when you can check your work for plagiarism.

  1.  Turnitin: Turnitin is an internet-based plagiarism detection service that checks submitted documents for plagiarism.
  2. Plagiarisma: Plagiarisma is a free online plagiarism checker for students and teachers.
  3. WriteCheck:  The WriteCheck is a plagiarism checker software as well as for missing citations.
  4. Neils Tools: The Neils Tools is a collection of various free online tools such as Harvard reference generator and plagiarism tester.

Citations

Citations are quotations from or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in a scholarly work.

Cite this for me page is a citation referencing page as well as a generator for referencing.

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European Curriculum Vitae Tool

European curriculum is a document to present your skills and qualifications effectively and clearly. It is a European structure of a short resume of one’s career and qualifications by the applicant for a job. Applicants can present their knowledge, skills, and experience in an effective and clear manner.

You can find more information, how to create a  curriculum vitae.

Be a Successful Online Learner

  1. Get Organized
  2. Set Up your WorkPlace
  3. Know yourself how you learn best
  4. Make a Schedule
  5. Be Open to New Learning
  6. Ask Questions
  7. Be an active participant in your online  learning
  8.  Stay Connected
  9. Be Responsible
  10. Get Organized
  11. Know Yourself how you learn best
  12. Make a Schedule
  13. Be Open to New Learning
  14. Ask Questions