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The Reasons Behind Plagiarizing: A Deeper Look

The Reasons Behind Plagiarizing: A Deeper Look

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.

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how to choose a plagiarism checker

Main tips for choosing a suitable plagiarism checker at our upcoming webinar

How to choose a great plagiarism checker?

This question worries masses of people in the edu community. That’s why we felt it was the right time to answer it fully and comprehensively on our common Unicheck+Canvas webinar.

We`ll talk in detail over three major factors of choice: the product, the service, and, of course, the price. Moreover, we will help you define your personal choice factors if needed. Spoiler: we advise making a list of must-have features.

In other words, you have an opportunity to learn directly from an expert who knows this topic well.

 

Here you can find the detailed event agenda. In brief, we`ll cover aspects like:

– How to know that the product is good?

– What features are the most suitable for your unique needs?

– Integration with Canvas — LTI or Canvas Plagiarism Framework?

Become an early bird and make sure to join our webinar on November 28!

plagiarism checking

This is how Unicheck recognizes literally any type of student cheating

Student plagiarism is nothing new these days. With conventional school still grading students based on the outdated assessment standards, learners concentrate their attention solely on the formal side of obtaining credits and the degree. Multiply it by the open accessibility of materials over the Internet and get the growing level of plagiarism in student works.Read More