Next week, on June 17-19, in Anaheim, California, a unique event on innovative and effective online education is going to take place. Online Teaching Conference 2019 is a real opportunity for educators to cooperate with colleagues, connect, share knowledge and best practices, and further their professional development.
The Online Teaching Conference California is focused on pedagogy and technology to improve online learning and student success.
The first day features pre-conference workshops. Instructors will hold lectures on relevant topics like interaction with Canvas LMS, accessibility, video tools—everything required for building effective online courses and classes.
The second and third day will give visitors a deeper look into online course development and delivery. The educators will discuss how studies have smoothly moved online, commemorating the new era of shaping students’ success.
Unicheck is among this year’s diamond sponsors of the event, so you can find us on the Online Teaching Conference agenda.
Olena Ponomarchuk, Head of Business Development at Unicheck
“It’s our first visit to the Online Teaching Conference Anaheim and it’s a great opportunity to share our philosophy with the California online teaching community, as each time an instructor finds potential plagiarism in student’s work can be a good chance to start a life-changing conversation.”
Join us as we talk about how plagiarism prevention software can enhance students’ academic success. Our guest speaker, Najib Manea, Academic Technology Manager from Palomar College, San Marcos California, kindly agreed to share his insights about technology integration and adoption.
Mr. Manea has been an instructional technology manager and educator for more than 15 years and has his own top-5 list of features that are absolutely crucial to having an up-to-date plagiarism checking solution:
– 99.9% uptime
– 24/7 support
– Onboarding (understandable and easy-to-use free manuals for teachers)
– Customer feedback.
We will also focus on how to make data-driven decisions based on accurate similarity reports and insightful statistics and shed some light on how learning experience can be improved.
The most important task is to discover why borrowing occurred—was it accidental or intended—and what circumstances led to such a decision?
Serhii Tkachenko, CEO at Unicheck
“Unicheck, like any good educator, doesn’t judge, but helps to improve. It is crucial not to kill the courage to study, but to enhance positive attitude towards the intellectual property and to help raise the value of creative work.”
By the way, did you know that students can improve their writing skills through proper citing? Explore the usage of plagiarism statistics to prevent cheating and plagiarism attempts and help students forge ahead!
We’ll be waiting for you at the Online Teaching Conference Anaheim on June 17-19th in Hilton Anaheim (California) at booth #216. Meet our wonderful team, check out the product demo, and take a cute souvenir as a keepsake.