Research and Data Tools Resources

Research tool may be defined as: Anything that becomes a means of collecting information for your study is called a research tool or a research instrument. For example, observation forms, interview schedules, questionnaires, plagirisma, grammar and interview guides are all classified as research tools.

NSW Health & Medical Research

NSW Health aims to establish NSW as a global centre of excellence in health and medical research innovation by building on the State’s premier health, research, academic, and medical technology sectors.  It also provides an overview, links and information on available datasets for the following key NSW data tools and resources.

Plagiarisma tool

Plagiarism destroys your career life. Long time ago, students cannot seem to know if the paper they submitted contained plagiarized content. All they knew was that they were already facing the crime of piracy. Sadly, they do not have access to free tools like Plagiarisma. Today, scholars are able to correct and edit similar idioms after scanning their documents with software. Teachers also will find the tool lessening the burden of returning research works and filing cases against students for literary theft. Introducing the originality checker considered as an important tool for schools, colleges, academies, institutions and universities.

SCRIBENS Grammar Checker

Scribens corrects over 250 types of common grammar and spelling mistakes, including verbs, nouns, pronouns, prepositions, homonyms, punctuation, typography, and more.  Online corrections are included with explanations in order to help the user progress his or her English writing skills.



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