It’s not a secret for you that the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) market has long become attractive for many investors, service providers and suppliers. Knowing this, our never-tiring Unicheck team made its way to the east, namely to Dubai, the UAE. Not only could we admire hot sunny autumn days there, but we were also able to spend them very effectively. On 16-17th of November, 2015 we were at the annual international conference EdTech MENA 2015 for the first time.
This autumn appeared to be rather productive for the whole our team. We can hardly manage to write blog posts about conferences and exhibitions we’ve already attended. Still, we can’t help but share with you our impressions on OEB 2015, the conference on technology-enhanced learning, held in Berlin, Germany.
On the 16-18th of November, our team presented Unicheck at ICERIICERI, the 8th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation 2015 held in one of the most charming Spanish cities, Seville! We were one of the main official sponsors of the event and got a number of mentions, namely on the conference site, social networks and in its printed materials.
Okay, you’ve done a good job and written an essay for your English class. Since you consulted a few reliable sources and found amazing materials there, you made sure to use them.
You’re aware of how important it is to write original works and know about the plagiarism consequences that students can face if they cheat. The fastest and the most reliable way to check for plagiarism (even if you didn’t plagiarize intentionally) is to use plagiarism detection software. Through the example of Unicheck we’ll provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to check your work for text similarities online.
How do you choose an online plagiarism percentage detector? Most of us simply enter these keywords “plagiarism checker free/online” and push the “Search” button. Then, we click through first three or five links and pick up the one, which is free and has a paste-text-here box. Simple as that. Fast, easy and free. It’s rather difficult to resist the temptation, indeed.
Are you curious to know how your educators detect plagiarism? How can they tell the original work from the copied one or find similarities in the passages taken directly from the work submitted two months ago? They must just know some magic spells that make dishonest students tell the truth and admit cheating… Besides, hypnosis has proved to be effective as well.
Have you ever thought of Google as an ultimate solution for teaching? Most of us have Gmail or Google+ accounts and store documents in Google Drive, but there are far more handy options and tools that you and your students can access completely for free.
With the ability to catch up with students using Google Hangouts video chat or connect with other experts in the field via Google for Educators, you can successfully juggle multiple chores and arrange your classroom work.
Nowadays, the problem of academic dishonesty has become a critical issue and receives more and more attention from teachers and professors. Cheating among students has risen dramatically, forcing experts in the academic environment to look at new ways to detect and fight fraud.