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 +{{youtube>Wxv5gM8ye8A?large|How moodLearning anti-plagiarism service works}}
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 ====== How mLaP works ====== ====== How mLaP works ======
 The [[mlap-service|moodLearning antiPlagiarism (mLaP) Service]] scans submitted works through stages. The [[mlap-service|moodLearning antiPlagiarism (mLaP) Service]] scans submitted works through stages.
  
-{{ ::mlap_diagram.png?600 |}} 
  
 +{{ ::antiplagiarism_-_infographic.jpg?600 |}}
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 ===== Stage 1: Submission ===== ===== Stage 1: Submission =====
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 ===== Stage 3b: Network Search ===== ===== Stage 3b: Network Search =====
-An added layer of search is done with the moodLearning Search (mLS) indexing particular networks or domains. mLS also enables organizations or individuals (outside of any learning management system) to upload documents that form part of the reference or database.+An added layer of search is done with the moodLearning Native Search (mLaPNS) indexing particular networks or domains. mLaPNS also enables organizations or individuals (outside of any learning management system) to upload documents that form part of the reference or database. See also [[Use Cases of mLaP Native Search]].
  
 ===== Stage 4: Results ===== ===== Stage 4: Results =====
-Finally, the results from comparisons done in Stages 2-4 are consolidated and displayed as **percentages of similarities**. Such results should enable the evaluator of materials to determine whether plagiarism has occured.+Finally, the results from comparisons done in Stages 2-4 are consolidated and displayed as **percentages of similarities**. Such results should enable the evaluator of materials to determine whether plagiarism has occured. Sample result here:\\
  
 +{{ ::mlap_scan_result.png?400 |}}
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 A percentage displayed is linked to a window showing the actual passages being similar with reference materials. A percentage displayed is linked to a window showing the actual passages being similar with reference materials.
  
-{{::mlap_color_coding.jpg?600 |}}+{{ :mlap_color_coding.jpg?400 |}} 
 Color coding similarity results and highlights: Color coding similarity results and highlights:
 0% - black, 1 to 24% - yellow green, 25 to 49% - golden yellow, 50 to 74% - orange, 75 to 100% - red 0% - black, 1 to 24% - yellow green, 25 to 49% - golden yellow, 50 to 74% - orange, 75 to 100% - red
  
 {{ :undefined:mlapscanresult.png?500 |}} {{ :undefined:mlapscanresult.png?500 |}}
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 +In summary, papers submitted through the mLaP Services undergo fingerprinting and comparison of words with Internet pages as well as with internal documents. The results would be shown as percentages of similarities between documents.
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 +{{ ::mlap_diagram.png?600 |}}
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 +{{tag>"LMS Plugins" "LMS Features" "LMS How-Tos"}}
 +====== See Also======
 +  * [[Search.moodLearning]]