Caterina Mayer


Julius Genske Bild
Only a couple of weeks ago, Julius Genske spent his time thinking about building supporting systems for physical processes. Today, the 21-year-old sits at PlagScan German headquarters, working on virtual problem-solving within the premises of our plagiarism scanner. The computational engineering science student from the RWTH (Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule) Aachen… Read More »

RWTH Aachen Student Receives First Experiences in Software Development at ...


PlagScan has been integrable into numerous Learning Management Systems (LMS), like Moodle, Canvas etc. for quite some time. To keep up with the latest standards of your system, we have updated our Learning Tool Interoperability (LTI) integration, which lets you integrate external tools like PlagScan into your LMS. A beta… Read More »

PlagScan Releases Beta Version of New LTI Integration for Canvas



Even though PlagScan’s new sales intern Diana Horvath Vargas grew up in a small village outside of Cologne, her sense of internationality is quite vast. Diana is half Venezuelan, half German. She currently studies international business and management studies at the Fontys Venlo University in the Netherlands. She chose to… Read More »

New Trilingual Intern Joins PlagScan’s Sales Team




Desperate Student
Where do essay mills come from? Academic Fraud has not just emerged as an issue of the digital age. The concept of essay mills (also called term paper mills) and ghostwriters has been around since the nineteenth century. Student organizations such as fraternities stored academic work in “file banks” and… Read More »

Essay Mills and Their Impact on Education


What is Open Access? Open Access allows universal and free accessibility of all kinds of published information on the web. The concept was first introduced by the Budapest Open Access Initiative in February 2002. The initiative defined the concept of open access as follows: “The literature that should be freely… Read More »

Open Access Fosters Education and Global Collaboration




Mohamed is PlagScan’s newest addition to the software development team. He just moved from Egypt to Germany and is looking forward to a bright future with the company. He graduated in computer science in 2011 and worked in e-marketing and SEO. Due to the growing trends in programming in Egypt,… Read More »

PlagScan Heralds the Start of 2017 With Another Hire in ...