Author: Jane Sandwood. Whether you are studying in a secondary or tertiary institution, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the quantity of work required, especially if you are aiming for top grades. Some students rely on services such as essay mills, which are not technically illegal but which are symbolic… Read More »

Improve Memory and Boost Grades: No Need to Cheat

PlagScan clearly stands for quality assurance in education and the support of creative and independent thinking. Although we can’t emphasize the importance of education, we also value something else at least as much: The environment and sustainability. For this reason, we have been supporting the BundesUmweltWettbewerb (Federal Environment Competition) of… Read More »

PlagScan Supports the Environment and Sustainability Efforts

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  The current state It appears that today in spite of the fact that e-education has had a noteworthy influence on education generally, still outdated education methods still prevail. Higher schooling is still under heavy criticism for absurdly high tuition charges and rising unemployment rates, which reveals deprived development in… Read More »

Impact of Digitization and the way we Learn

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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

At this year’s paste©conference at the University of Cologne PlagScan CEO Markus Goldbach gave an answer to the question: “Why is plagiarism software fair?”. If want to know more about the conference itself please check our post here. We all agree that plagiarism is persona non grata in higher education. Students should not… Read More »

7 Reasons for Why Plagiarism Software is Fair