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Perspective Jobs List: Learn Which of Them Can Give You More Benefits

Perspective Jobs List: Learn Which of Them Can Give You More Benefits

Choosing a profession is one of the most important decisions in everyone’s life. Parents and teachers used to say that making a firm decision on what to do in life should be done at school. But there are two reasons why this may be not very effective. Children never can know for sure what they would like to do even in a few years after graduating from universities. That’s why students are often disappointed at their choice.

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Adaptive Learning Is a New Educational Trend. Guess Why?

Adaptive Learning Is a New Educational Trend. Guess Why?

In addition to self-taught learning, adaptive learning is also growing in popularity. It is a computer-based educational system. The key idea behind it is that it helps present materials according to student needs and achievements.

Since adaptive learning is a computer-based educational method, it requires some special software to be applied. Such software has many features, like tracking skills, instant feedback, personalized tips and an amazing interface, looking like a computer game!

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Have More Coffee Breaks with a New Unicheck Update: Save Settings for All Assignments with One Click

Have More Coffee Breaks with a New Unicheck Update: Save Settings for All Assignments with One Click

What do you value the most in LMS apps when creating another assignment for students or grading their papers? One of the choice criteria is sure to be its “labor-saving” feature. This is what our team calls “striving for a positive user-experience at all costs.” And this is the main reason why a new Unicheck update has been released. It allows saving settings for all assignments in a course with just one click.

This way you avoid adjusting settings for each assignment individually. Isn’t it labor-saving?

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Still Keep Guessing Whether a Student Re-used a Paper? Unicheck Can Clear Up Your Doubts!

Still Keep Guessing Whether a Student Re-used a Paper? Unicheck Can Clear Up Your Doubts!

As an educator, you have definitely come across recycled student papers not once. To bring self-plagiarism accusations against the cheaters may take much time, since you need to ensure that your proof is really irrefutable. Not all plagiarism checkers available for LMS use can tackle the issue. Though students can also become victims of an unjust plagiarism checker verdict when their final submissions are falsely considered as re-used ones just because students were allowed to pre-check their papers before sending them for grading.

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Unicheck is Now Available for Blackboard Learn Users

Unicheck is Now Available for Blackboard Learn Users

Good news for all educators using Blackboard Learn™. The Unicheck plagiarism checker has recently become available for use within Blackboard Learn courses. So, if you are a fan of integrated tools within Blackboard Learn, it’s high time to register an account at unicheck.com and see it in action. It can be done either on one’s own or under the supervision of the Unicheck team.

Once the registration is completed, you’ll get access to the institution account at unicheck.com. To activate the LTI app in Blackboard Learn, your LMS administrator should obtain the API key and secret (which can be found in the API Settings section of your Unicheck account) and make initial setup. That’s all you need to get started.

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Olympic Games in Rio 2016 Learn Where the US Athletes Studied

Olympic Games in Rio 2016: Learn Where the U.S. Athletes Studied!

The summer Olympic Games in Rio have just finished. Not everybody is their great fan, but we all definitely know what it is all about. It has really one of the greatest events held in the last four years with more than 200 countries participating in it.

Olympic games were created back in 1896. To pay tribute to the country they came from, the first modern Olympics were held in Greece. The initiators took the idea from the Ancient Greece times when Olympics were a national competition with only men participating in it.

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