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The global anti-plagiarism for the education sector market size is projected to reach USD 2,029.4 million by 2027 on account of the growing popularity of distant learning services and platforms, shares Fortune Business Insights™ in its report, titled “Anti-Plagiarism for the Education Sector Market Size, Share & Covid-19 Impact Analysis, By Type (Text Mining, and Integrated Customization Service), By Application (Students, and Teachers), and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027”. As per the report findings, the value of the market stood at USD 723.7 million in 2019 and the market is anticipated to register a CAGR of 13.8% from 2020 to 2027.
With universities and colleges remaining shut amid the COVID-19 pandemic, online submission of papers, articles, and other written materials has spiked during 2020. This has necessitated the deployment anti-plagiarism software in academic institutions to ensure the authenticity and originality of the submitted materials. Thus, the coronavirus pandemic outbreak is aiding the anti-plagiarism for the education sector market growth.
Moodle Adds Urkund Anti-Plagiarism Software as a Certified Integration
In October 2020, Moodle announced that it will be including Urkund by Ouriginal as its newest Certified Integration into Moodle LMS, the company's flagship open-source learning platform. With the addition of Urkund as a Certified Integration, Moodle will now be able to seamlessly integrate Ouriginal’s similarity-detection software with the Workshop, Forum, and Assignment activities of Moodle LMS. This will allow educators to quickly and accurately detect plagiarism within the Moodle teaching-learning platform. Urkund has gained prominence for developing an automatic text-recognition solution designed to detect and handle potential plagiarism in any language.
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Strict Anti-Plagiarism Laws to Fuel the Market
Stringent implementation of anti-plagiarism regulations in developed countries is expected to accelerate the expansion of this market during the forecast period. Plagiarism is considered a criminal as well as a civil offense in some countries, depending on the nature of infringement by the perpetrator. For example, in the UK, if plagiarism violates the country’s copyright laws, the accused person is seen as a criminal offender. Further, if the person engages in commercial dealings of the plagiarized material, the offender can serve up to 10 years in jail. Similar laws exist in Australia and the United States to deter people from utilizing plagiarized content for commercial gain. In 2018, the Government of India also established the country’s first laws regulating academic plagiarism, which were accepted by the University Grants Commission. According to the new law, 10% plagiarism is acceptable, but anything beyond that will be met with strict punishments. These laws are likely to stoke the adoption of anti-plagiarism software among academic professionals, students, and the publishing industry to avoid penalties and lawsuits.
Increasing Focus on Integrity and Honesty in Academia to Stoke Innovation
Leaders in the field of academia, such as renowned universities and other higher education institutions, are aggressively promoting integrity and honesty in the education and research industry. The main aim is to encourage career academicians and educators to engage in original research studies and develop unique, unparalleled materials. To support these efforts, key players in this market are continuously enhancing their anti-plagiarism software solutions, allowing them to gain an edge in the market competition. Furthermore, companies are also bolstering their market position through strategic acquisitions, collaborations, and mergers.
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