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Plagiarism screening tools used at Oxford, including Turnitin and iThenticate, were recently reviewed to assess whether they continue to meet the needs of staff and students. 93 staff members completed a survey in September 2017, and a summary of the results are available on the Turnitin and iThenticate Review web page. The recommendations are to retain licences for Turnitin and iThenticate, and review expected improved product offerings, as well as those of possible competitors, after November 2019. In the meantime, there is potential to enhance service provision, and to increase awareness across the University of the plagiarism screening tools currently in place at Oxford, and their intended purposes. If you have any questions about the review, please contact