Yearly Archives: 2018


Last year we released a new version of PlagScan’s LTI integration with the Learning Management System Canvas (you can read more about it with the following blog post here). This year, we want to introduce you to a new improvement of the integration, which will simplify your workflow as a teacher… Read More »

Grading and Plagiarism Checking with our Canvas Integration


Genral Data Protection Regulation
  Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash   Ever since we have started as a mission-driven EdTech company in 2009, we remained dedicated to improving the quality of education and committed to ensuring data privacy. We have always strived to be transparent about our users’ data and enabled different restrictional settings regarding the availability… Read More »

PlagScan compliance to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)




Plagiarism checking and detection has become possible thanks to advanced developments in technology. However, issues don’t just remain on the technological side but also very much on a  pedagogical, organisational and legal level. To shine a light on some of the gaps in plagiarism checking, the Campus Brugg-Windisch of the… Read More »

PlagScan Takes Away Key Learnings from Attending Swiss Plagiarism Convention




Britain is acclaimed for its outstanding educational institutions. Among them, top universities like Oxford and Cambridge. Thousands of international students are seeking to attend reputable British higher education institutions each year. This week, however, education experts in Britain ring alarm bells for Britain’s well-known education standard. Shocking numbers have been… Read More »

Shocking Numbers for Britain’s Educational Sector Revealed by Newspaper Research



Amazon Web Services, all you need to know Nowadays, cloud computing has become a central part of any tech company – that includes every company now since most of them can be categorized under “Software as a Service” (SaaS). In this post, we will try to simplify the most important… Read More »

Amazon Web Services, all you need to know




A Student has been assigned to the task of her first scientific paper for the school. In addition to a title page, table of contents, bibliography and an affidavit, this contains an abstract with approximately 150 words, an introduction with approximately 6000 characters and a brief summary. Students should also… Read More »

Austria as a Pioneer in the Centralization of Educational Standards


Blog
Photo by Artem Sapegin on Unsplash Author: Jane Sandwood. Content creation can be a hard marketing strategy to tackle, especially when you outsource content to other bloggers. Businesses that outsource need to realize the value of plagiarism checks in order to ensure that their blog posts aren’t already published somewhere else. While knowing tips… Read More »

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