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National Encourage a Young Writer Day

National Encourage a Young Writer Day: Unicheck Interviews Novice Writers

The 10th of April seems like a usual day, but it’s not in the USA where people celebrate National Encourage a Young Writer Day. The Unicheck team had been ready for that long before the holiday arrived. We successfully interviewed 6 young authors who mostly write atmospheric, romantic, lyrical or fantasy fiction. Most of them reveal the difficulties of writing their first books and most valuable life lessons they learnt. Although, there are far more details to consider if you want to gain confidence and write a terrific book. Read More

Booming Plagiarism Scandals in 2016

Heutagogy as a New Stage in Education You Should Be Ready For

A teacher does not decide anymore what a student should learn, instead a student has now more freedom to say what to learn and when. Self-learning aims to enable everyone to analyze information, ask questions and find answers independently. A teacher becomes a student’s partner, and it is called heutagogy. While making decisions and taking control over learning, a student should know how to find and produce valid and unique information. As for the latter,  Unicheck may come handy.

Heutagogy is inextricably bound with such student qualities as learning determination, capability, self-reflection, double-loop learning, and non-linear learning. Here is a brief outline of all qualities that you should have or develop. Read More

Choosing the Best Type of Note-Taking

Students perceive information differently, and that is why note-taking will not be one and the same for all. It is a result of the unique information processing, and in case of any doubts, may be checked by Unicheck. The main stages of the information perception are capturing information, singling out and writing it down. New information perception is connected with the way memory functions, and that comprises encoding of the information, its storage and reproduction. Here are the main types of note taking that will help you draft and remember information better.Read More

Fantasy Author Interview with Unicheck. The Oustanding Philip Athans

Fantasy Author Interview with Unplag. The Oustanding Philip Athans

The Unicheck team has recently had a chance to conduct an interview with a fantasy author Philip Athans who embodies a versatile personality being interested in music, movies, magazine creation, and many more things.

Philip Athans shares with us his success story, the way he made his dream come true. He started his career writing stories and playing in a punk rock band, but soon a desire to create compelling science fiction and fantasy novels prevailed.

Today, Mr. Athans is a professional writer who creates a series of fascinating stories like Baldur’s Gate, The Watercourse Trilogy, and a co-author of the Forgotten Realms. He reveals some secrets of keeping a reader engaged, writing long-running series, and a new project.

Explore a number of smart tips while reading one of the most sincere authors’ interviews on writing and get even more information about the author on his blogRead More

the art of storytelling

The Art of Storytelling and How to Benefit From It

Storytelling is a way to compose and deliver a story to the audience with a certain meaning. To tell informative stories with the ending that becomes food for thought has always been popular and engaging. Storytelling at school suggests a variety of opportunities for students to learn how to express their thoughts logically, and how to create something unique that nobody has never told before. Read More

Multi tasking skills

Why Multi Tasking Skills are Harmful for Students. Learn What Steps to Take

Seems like multitasking skills are such an irrevocable phenomenon today that every student faces while studying every day. Your to-do list is so overwhelmed with activities that even setting priorities, and time-management techniques do not really help. Writing essays with Unicheck and working on complicated math tests may be confusing. Most of the time you are depressed, and anxious about deadlines. The scientists defined a new disease, FOMO that is the “fear of missing out”. So, let’s dive into the problem. Read More

Create Concept Map

Create Concept Map and Enhance Information Comprehension

A concept map is a graphical representation of the main ideas and interconnection between them. It facilitates any learning material comprehension. Thus, a student acquires a logical understanding of various phenomena. It is actually simple to create concept map as it consists of boxes or circles and arrows showing the relation between concepts. Make sure that the information you use is not plagiarized with Unicheck. Read More