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Essay Check for Plagiarism: Quick Tips to Learn

Essay Check for Plagiarism: Quick Tips to Learn

Before submitting an essay only few students run an essay check for plagiarism to make sure they don’t have text duplications, unless it is obligatory. The rest doesn’t even bother and as a result faces unpleasant consequences, because educators tend to check student works for plagiarism and punish the guilty ones. Even if students didn’t mean cheating, accidental plagiarism is still an offense.

Therefore, we’d like to suggest a number of quick tips on checking essays with a plagiarism checker based on the Unicheck example.

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Paraphrasing Software to Avoid Plagiarism Turns to Be of Great Help

Paraphrasing Software to Avoid Plagiarism Turns to Be of Great Help

College and university students need to write a huge number of essays and academic papers. Writing original materials takes lots of time and effort. What’s more, students are supposed to have good writing skills to accomplish assignments well. But sometimes it’s difficult for students to put their ideas in order while working on new essays, term papers or other academic writing tasks.

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Cloud Based Technologies and the Changing Face of Education

Cloud Based Technologies and the Changing Face of Education

How long ago do you think the idea of a traditional classroom conjured up images of the one-room schoolhouse on the prairie? Or the struggling classroom was the overcrowded inner-city concrete room where broken down old textbooks were shared and student engagement was more like mayhem? Or the innovative classroom where siblings gathered around a radio broadcast coming to the remote Australian outback and assignments were delivered by airplane?  

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9 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom

9 Ways to Use Twitter in the Classroom

It’s hard to believe that only two decades ago we didn’t use the Internet for our educational needs as often as we do now. It was hardly possible to find an educator with a classroom blog, but now it’s a common practice. Step by step, teachers got used to the idea that both teaching and learning become more productive and enjoyable when web resources are used. Going digital has implicit advantages.

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