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Unicheck Blog on Plagiarism

A New Type of Check for Similarities Is Already Available for Corporate Users

A New Type of Check for Similarities Is Already Available for Corporate Users

We’ve got good news! Our team has added a new check type, which allows the Unicheck corporate users to enjoy more advantages of the fast and thorough checking for plagiarism. Meet the Doc vs Internet + Library check type! What does it mean? In fact, this type is a perfect combination of the other two existing types of checks. And, it means that you can simultaneously check your documents against countless online sources on the web and the whole scope of documents uploaded to the Unicheck account of your educational institution.

Below there are a few screenshots, so that you can see the Doc vs Internet + Library check type in action.

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Our Most Recent and Pleasant Memories: Unicheck at the Myday Event in England

Our Most Recent and Pleasant Memories: Unicheck at the Myday Event in England

We’re excited to share with you more news on the participation of the Unicheck team in education oriented events. This spring Anastasia Parokha, CEO at Unicheck, went to Liverpool (UK) to take part in the closed-door event initiated by Collabco, the provider of myday.

Myday is a service that allows educational institutions to boost student engagement and help them stay focused on their studies. The tool collects and compares information from different sources to find exactly what students need to get ready for their assignments. The aggregated information is then presented to students in a very understandable way.

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The New Updates: Good News for the Unicheck Users

The New Updates: Good News for the Unicheck Users

This week the Unicheck team has released an updated version of the user interface inside the accounts used for both individual and business (university/college) needs. The newly added section, Owner, now shows emails of those who own uploaded files. Therefore, you won’t need to spend extra time to find out who uploaded documents. To see the new Library design, just take a look at the screenshot below.

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Scan for Plagiarism is Among the Things You Should Do As a Guest Blogger

Scan for Plagiarism is Among the Things You Should Do As a Guest Blogger

Scan for plagiarism is essential for writers. And guest bloggers are not an exception. A good article gives many benefits for the blogger, but to get the best result from guest posting, the writer needs a set of special tools or programs to ensure written posts are original. Originality influences guest blogger ranking, his or her reputation as a good specialist and future income. That’s why any person who writes texts for a website or blog should run a scan for plagiarism.

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Checking Plagiarism Online Revealed the Astonishing Number of Cheaters

Checking Plagiarism Online Revealed the Astonishing Number of Cheaters

Cheaters and plagiarists have always existed no matter where exactly they study. Universities usually conduct annual surveys aimed at discovering how many students plagiarized at least once, how often and in what manner they did it, what sources they used to take information from, and other details. These surveys help university administration understand how complex a plagiarism issue is and take appropriate measures. Unfortunately, not all universities care about this problem. Some of them still pay little attention to the problem and just neglect checking plagiarism online. As a result, education quality doesn’t get improved.

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The Unplag Scholarship Winners Announcement: Who is Awarded?

The Unplag Scholarship Winners Announcement: Who is Awarded?

What is special about March 9, 2016? This is the deadline for the $2,000 Student Scholarship from Unicheck. Now it’s high time to thank all our contest participants for the effort and time devoted to come up with creative, clever, and well-grounded essays related to academic plagiarism. Thank you!

Since September 1, 2015, the date our Scholarship started, we received more than 500 writings submitted by students from all over the world. That’s why to select only three winners from a pool of so many remarkable applicants was a real struggle for us.

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