The University of Tennessee’s two-year subscription for iThenticate plagiarism detection software expired on March 29, 2015, and your account associated with this trial subscription was deactivated. If you or your department wishes to use plagiarism detection software to assist with your publishing, you have several options to choose from.
If you are interested in continuing to use iThenticate, the company offers a variety of inexpensive purchasing options that you or your department may want to consider. iThenticate helps faculty avoid “cut and paste” errors that might be unacceptable in funding proposals or scholarly articles.
Plagiarism detection services are available for free or for a minimal charge from a variety of other sources. See this LibGuide for a list of Anti-Plagiarism Software options. Some free options include:
Update January 2017: Visit this page for current iThenticate information.