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On July 9-11, in Long Beach, California, one of the most fun and informative education conferences is going to take place — Canvas InstructureCon 2019. Increasing student success and learning about the power of technology to impact education are among the main objectives of the event.

Sunshine, palm trees, and parties combined with edtech innovation, inspiring keynotes and professional development await you, education junkies!

InstructureCon 2019 conference promises to share plenty of educational insights with its visitors. This year’s schedule is full of illuminating sessions, exciting edtech updates, and nightly parties.

Technology in education has made an incredible impact on learning. It becomes augmented, gamified, collaborative and requires new skills attribution.

VR-headsets or 3D printers are getting popular in the classroom. Although the classroom itself is going online with such platforms as Google classroom. Online courses like MOOC (massive open online courses) become widely recognized giving a chance to every student to get profound knowledge. What is it like to be an e-learner?

It was my first time at OEB where I joined my team and spent three crazy days full of tech inspiration and pep talks to smart people. You can’t even imagine what a striking feeling I had introducing new AI/machine learning technology EMMA (authorship definition). So now I would like to say a few words about the conf, what we liked, as well as what could be improved.

Last week Unicheck officially started partnering up with the King Juan Carlos University located in Madrid, Spain.

The Spanish university has already obtained an annual license to use the Unicheck plagiarism checker and take academic cheating under control. 37,939 students of this university can now instantly scan their papers for originality and get accurate search results.