A truckload of Christmas movies, cartoons, and shows will be bombarding our TV and computer screens any day soon.
Adventure, action, comedy or romance. Can’t decide?
If the movie picking is usually a long, hectic and painstaking process for you take the personal suggestion from Unicheck and find your perfect movie from the infographic below.
The creators of Unicheck plagiarism detection software have announced their new plugin arrival that surpasses the previous version in terms of customization and functionality.
In this case, the new plugin will feature the commenting mode for the better collaboration between student and teacher, tooltips for the better system understanding, deeper scanning and individual tuning to the class workflow.
The old plugin featured under the former company’s name Unplag will still be available for the users who haven’t yet shifted to the new Unicheck plugin. The new plugin will be furtherly updated and enriched with new features that will help to keep it constantly improved.
Right now the new version is complete and ready to be downloaded and installed from the Moodle plugin directory.
There are a few places on Earth that can surpass the campus environment atmosphere in terms of studying. We bet you didn’t know that campus Christmas atmosphere is also good enough for having fun.
Moreover, you’d be blown out of water to find out that Christmas campus activities are hardly related to the lonesome supplementary reading, doing your homework one semester ahead or throwing wet looks at windows of partying strangers.
So you stuck on campus during Christmas and you think it is bad luck? Look at the bright side of hat you’re losing is in the best case scenario is a one or two home-cuisine items and a few extra warm hugs.it. W
Even if it seems that you’ll have plenty of time to eventually get bored, we assure you: if you try some of these Christmas activities for students you won’t regret anything. Proved.
Here’s how you can use campus Christmas time for good:
There is an old saying that student’s mind is capable of learning Chinese language in one night. Such “sprinter” style of learning is kind of bravado act like eating the whole can of pasta without sauce and butter, but sometimes it is really the last chance you get the day before the exam.
Some of us entirely lean on the short-term memory, drinking the gallons of coffee and consuming tons of chocolates, while stuffing own head with new material. With a сertain level of luck, it works. If it doesn’t, you might fall short on knowledge, nerves, or space in your new sweatshirt.
We do not mean to sound pessimistic or whatnot, but it is impossible to learn everything in depth, having just a night before the exam. Still, what time you’ve got could be useful for memorizing the basics, experimenting with study methods, revealing the details not directly related to the subject, and other kinds of allnighter fun before the exam.
Unicheck uncovers the expert views of what to do the night before an exam in order to be happy the day after:
The New Year’s gift is not just a gesture of courtesy. It’s a tiny ceremony that shows your attention and care. Students do not generally belong to the picky audience, however, the present you prepare will clearly show how well you know a person.
Instead of buying utterly Christmassy snowball or awarding a learner with Christmas socks full of, well, socks, try to focus on useful but original things that will bring in emotions.
Finding Christmas gifts for college students is not that difficult. We have prepared the list of things that will ease this task and provide something valuable for geeks, nerds, travelers, music junkies, sleepyheads, and artsy ones. Spoiler alert: it’s gonna be fun.
What does a typical day for a student look like? Breakfast, pack your books and notebooks, go to school, take notes in classes, maybe get scolded for bad handwriting, turn in a paper at the end of class, wash the chalk or marker off your hands, read a book or chat with friends during the break, perhaps talk to someone on the bus on the way home, or take a shortcut through the park, or be angry at parents because they’re late to pick you up; come home, do the homework, mess up a notebook with a leaking pen, watch some TV or read a book. Sounds about right?
No, most likely, not.
This fall Unicheck has entered 4 new collaborations with Spanish universities. Connecting the new universities to the system means that teachers will be reviewing the assignments faster and deeper while more than 133.000 students will be able to check their writing for plagiarism issues staying confident about the quality of their writing.
Unicheck already protects scholarly publications from plagiarism in 6 Spanish universities that joined in last year. This time last year, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid adopted the Moodle integration that helped them to reach all features of Unicheck straight from the system, streamlining and accelerating the work.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, – nope, it’s not about Christmas. It’s about those rough weeks of your studying when you need to prepare for finals.
If you are from the procrastination club and have a big chance of relaxing until the exam weeks start, or ends, this article is for you.
If you are already stressing and getting ready to roll up your sleeves and get to studying, this article is also for you.
Have you noticed how graciously some of the other students survive these painstaking days? It’s about the time to regain your faith in your own fortune. We will reveal the secrets of those “lucky ones” and uncover the number of things they do just right.
Find out how to prepare for finals, stay calm, and retain your sanity.
If it is not fair to punish someone for something they didn’t do then why students get penalized for not doing homework? This fair question apparently haunts the heads of those students who are figuring out how to get out of doing homework these days.
The team behind the Unicheck College plagiarism checker certainly remembers those times when some of us pretended to be sick as a homework excuse? Have you ever done it? And if you did, did you use your imagination power to the fullest?
Some of the students have a real knack in homework excuses.They don’t try to get away with a “sickness”, – this is too simple for them. They plot whole stories to produce a proper effect on the teacher. Sometimes it goes too far:
One late autumn night closer to Thanksgiving, as Unicheck team was sitting in the dimly lit room in the office, we started talking, as usual, about you.
Don’t freak out or anything, because that’s not weird. That’s our job: we come to the office every day, and we think and we talk and we try to find a solution to the same question each day: how can we make things easier for our customers? That’s how all new things get to see the light of day, from new dashboard to the new pricing, from new blog topics to the new quiz themes.
That day was not different.