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$77,000 pact to check Sierra College Student Work

A $77,000 contract to allow Sierra College instructors to electronically submit student work to check for plagiarism against a specialized database won approval Saturday (July 21) by the board of trustees meeting in Rocklin.

Board president Aaron Klein says the pact has been in place, covers three years and is worth the cost.
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The Nevada Joint Union High School District in Grass Valley also uses such technology to check student work.

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