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Unicheck Releases Grading Update for Schoology, NEO and Other LMSs

Unicheck Releases Grading Update for Schoology, NEO and Other LMSs

This summer is way hotter than usual, or is it just us? The Unicheck team has been busy like a swarm of bees in an orchard. You surely have heard about all the exciting changes that Unicheck went though, like our new cool name and now new pricing that lets educators use Unicheck’s basic functionality for free (currently available in USA, UK, Canada, and Australia). You may find your solution for education here.

Today we are here with more great news. Unicheck is proud to present LTI update that helps teachers grade assignments easier and faster.Read More

Unicheck Pricing Policy: A Revolution in the Making

Unicheck Pricing Policy: A Revolution in the Making

Remember how we told you about the most awaited news behind Unicheck’s new name and look?

We have been preparing for this day since first realizing just how essential plagiarism checking was for educators and students all these years ago.

Finally, it is here.

In our staunch belief that education must be available for all, with profound plagiarism checker an essential part of quality education, Unicheck is causing a revolution. Today we are making Unicheck’s principal features available free of charge for academic community.Read More

Elite Universities. Are They Really Worth Entering?

Does the university ranking really matter? No doubt a successful career is associated with a smart person who has a great educational background. Prestigious universities developed good reputation over the years, and Ivy League graduates have a prosperous career path.

For the past years the questions about worth of education arose. Parents want to get more substantial reasons before they invest in their child’s future. Some surveys show interrelation of college title in a resume and starting salary of a candidate. However, is going to a top-tier university really for you? We at Unicheck would like to weigh all pros and cons. Read More

Part-Time Jobs for Students. How to Balance School Life and Work

Student life is definitely a hard time, and it is twice harder when you are trying to harmonize studying and working. No doubt, nobody cares if you are exhausted, you should track your finance. Working and studying can’t but have a positive impact on you attaining new skills and experience, but what if it damages your sleep and health in general? You should be aware of some ways to keep things up staying happy and our Unicheck team would like to help you cope with it! Read More

Practical Skills to Acquire During Your Summer Break

Summer is a fantastic time and we bet you are waiting for it impatiently. Dreaming about a trip to wonderful exotic places with palms and a light breeze. Planning your perfect escape from the bunch of troubles you’ve experienced throughout the year.

But what if you make this summer vacation both fun and meaningful getting new skills along the way? Knowledge is no burden and active relaxation may be way better if it is evolving. We at Unicheck would like to give you a short insight on how to upgrade yourself. Let’s dig in. Read More

Activities for Classroom that Make All Students Cooperate

There is one thing high school students lack: attention. And involvement in the classroom activity. And engagement in the learning process.

OK, that’s more than one thing. Still, a distracted student in high school is a common occurrence. Put several of them in the class together, and you get an unconnected bunch, only half-listening, and quarter-learning.

But there is a way up this slippery slope.

Unicheck gathered the best activities for your classroom that have been tried, tested and proved to connect the wandering minds of your students to the task at hand and to the learning at heart. Read on to find out our suggested Connect-Type Activities that will work well in your classroom.Read More