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In this case study, we examine the implementation of Turnitin Feedback Studio at Binus University, a world-class university listed in the QS World University Rankings, which aims to further improve its education and research quality.
Feedback Studio has enabled better detection of plagiarism and improved the quality and originality of student papers.
Feedback Studio has saved 75% of time in the research publication pre-submission process.
Feedback Studio has increased student journal submissions, rising from one on average, to three per student.
The adoption of Turnitin Feedback Studio was collaborative with faculty support. We realized that to be a globally recognized institution we need to catch up with integrity and quality in our academic writing.
- Dr. Dewi Tamara, Deputy Head of Executive Magister Program, Binus University
Prior to implementing Turnitin Feedback Studio, Binus University was experiencing cases of academic misconduct including plagiarism, in which students were copying and pasting sources directly to their papers, without due credit. Binus sought a technology that ensures the speed and accuracy of similarity checking to reduce cases of plagiarism, as well as in preparation for scientific publication.
Dr. Dewi Tamara, Deputy Head of Executive Magister Program, Binus University