Plagiarism these days is an ever growing problem. According to Unicheck statistics, nearly 58% of students admitted to plagiarizing just in the last year. From simple copy-pasting to using essay mills, – the possibilities are endless. Because of that, more and more institutions are actively seeking effective solutions to the problem. But before looking for an answer, we must take a better look at the question, and try to understand the reasoning behind cheating and ways educators can empower their students and promote better writing practices.
Great news, everyone!
We are proud to land among finalists of 2018 Tech&Learning Awards of Excellence!
This award is traditionally given to products that are improving the way educators work and students learn.
Renown editors and advisors selected 10 finalists in each category — Best use of a product in a classroom, in a school, and in a district. The three grand prize winners will be announced during a reception celebrating finalists and winners during the TCEA Convention & Exposition in February in San Antonio, Texas.
This year Unicheck was nominated to be the best product to use in school due to its flexible pricing model, intuitive interface and detailed similarity reports.
So, we keep on working and look forward to a positive result!
Unicheck’s unique plagiarism detection software will scan every paper submitted by UoPeople students to automatically look for any copied work. This innovative tool will be functional as of today, the first day of Term 2 for UoPeople. Read More
Unicheck similarity checker is a community-driven product, and your feedback lies at the heart of its continual development. Our primary goal is to build an inclusive plagiarism detection solution for you that is packed with the latest technologies and at the same time is hassle-free. This pack of updates is the response to your most frequent requests. Go check them out!
Following the mission of promoting academic integrity, Unicheck has partnered with American Councils for International Education on the Strengthening Academic Integrity in Ukraine Project (SAIUP).
This initiative is aimed at transforming the outdated educational system by improving the reputation of Ukrainian universities, integrating proven international academic practices, and creating a new academic culture based on honesty, transparency, ethics, and respect.Read More