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unicheck offer for populi users

Unicheck offer for all Populi users: free unlimited plagiarism checks until Aug 31

Checking for plagiarism is one of the most demanded LMS features. Unicheck is already integrated into multiple LMSs including Populi to help promote original thinking in the educational sphere.

Together we offer free unlimited use of plagiarism software to all educational institutions that use Populi LMS until August 31, 2018. Unicheck will automatically scan every uploaded submission for plagiarism and provide a comprehensive similarity report.

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Unicheck goes to Instructurecarn

Unicheck team goes to Intructurecarn 2018!

Do you have plans for July 24-26?

We are going to Keystone, Colorado to take part in Instructurecarn 2018 and hope to meet you there! This year, Unicheck is proud to be a part of this event as a Canvas Alliance Partner trusted by over 500 educational institutions worldwide.

Since the conference is huge and there will be dozens of activities to choose from, we’d like to suggest 3 things to help make your stay there adventurous and fun.

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New in Unicheck: Updates for Even Faster and More Efficient Plagiarism Checks

Receiving feedback and feature suggestions is something that we at Unicheck love doing. Usually, the most valuable insights come from the customers who continuously utilize Unicheck products and applications. At the same time, we want to avoid excessive functionality to meet users’ needs without ‘’feature overload’’.

Your latest contributions put together with Unicheck’s technological advance resulted in a set of updates rolled out over the first half of 2018. Catch them everywhere: in the new handy version of Unicheck Add-on for Google Docs, an updated version of Moodle plugin and integrations for Canvas and Google Classroom.Read More

Unicheck Plagiarism Detection in G Suite

Unicheck is Now on G Suite – Enterprise-level Solution for Professional Plagiarism Detection

We are happy to share some exciting news with you: Unicheck officially joins G Suite Apps Marketplace. Being the only tool integrated with Google Classroom and available in Google Docs Add-ons store, Unicheck extends its presence in Google Services.

By incorporating into the trusted set of productivity tools, we help businesses and institutions control the quality of materials released by delivering unified plagiarism detection experience.

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Similarities Detection Delivered to Ukrainian Education

Unicheck Signed Memorandum with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

Unicheck joins government-level initiatives by signing Memorandum with the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

The document signed on April 4, 2018 is meant to provide Ukrainian universities with the powerful similarities detection software to verify the originality of academic papers and foster academic integrity principles in Ukrainian academic community.

The Memorandum reached with Ukrainian government establishes long-term cooperation and Unicheck is excited to commit to the countrywide educational changes. On our side, we strongly believe that technologies impact the way people work long after innovative tools enter educational environment. Read More

Brightspace and D2L partner with Unicheck

Unicheck Partners with D2L: Equipping Brightspace with Plagiarism Checker that Works

Each educational environment is different. Be it due to a type of institution, variety of faculties, number of students enrolled, or a long list of additional criteria, it all makes up a unique system.

Educators working in Brightspace and managing their activities on a daily basis are creating a unique system, too. They require clear and intuitive layout, easy onboarding and high operational speed of all the tools they use. In a sensitive field of assessments’ evaluation, these requirements gain double priority, as taking a final decision should be based on accurate and meaningful results, especially when we are talking about preventing potential plagiarism in student papers.

Below is the account of how a similarities detection software fits effectively into a highly dynamic learning environment and how D2L, Brightspace and educational community have gained a trusted partner in Unicheck

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Document similarity checker

A Better Place to Write In: Unicheck GDocs Add-On Evolutionized

It didn’t take too much time for the new fresh update to arrive so we are thrilled to introduce you to the upgraded document similarity checker for Google Docs.

The latest improvement has literally turned the add-on into the most robust writing and editing solution for GDocs. Striving to ensure that add-on always works seamlessly, we went through series of renovations, transformations, and developmental stages.

This time, we channeled our persistent efforts towards the release of such fundamental convenience feature as color mask that highlights the similarities, citations and references right in the document. Read More

Unicheck becomes GDPR Compliant

A New Era of Personal Data Protection – Unicheck GDPR Commitment

Have you ever wondered how many online registrations forms have you filled over the years of using Internet? One way or another, the majority of trusted resources or software have its own guidelines on personal data protection. As most of the services, here at Unicheck we ask for your name, your email to sign you up as user and keep you on our records.

Yet there are websites that steadily require such details as your interests, marital status, etc. going as far as your political preferences. All this data draws up your personal digital footprint you regularly contribute to by using search engines, social media, filling registration forms and making transactions over the Internet.

Cloud technologies advancement compromise personal data protection made it easier to massively exchange private data which led to the cases of the misuse of personal information. The new set of data protection laws GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) that took over 4 years to be thoroughly developed is intended to reconsider what constitutes private data in the digital environment.

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