Monthly Archives: July 2019


data security
Author: Jane Sandwood There are few things as devastating in a work or school career as losing a project you’ve put hours of blood, sweat, and tears into. While mobile tech such as tablets, smartphones, and laptops make it easier to work on the go, they are also susceptible to… Read More »

Data Safety Hacks For The Digital Nomad


PlagScan_PeerGroupSimilarityHypothesis
The Socio-Linguistic Variant and What Author Metrics Doesn’t Want to Investigate Real papers against real ghostwriters PlagScan conducted an experiment with a student writing corpus collected from a group of students outside the US and UK all belonging to the same classroom. The selected papers were response papers to the… Read More »

The ‘Peer Group Similarity Hypothesis’ Part II



Author: Chia Ying Tsai Have you ever had the experience where you walk around in the city and your eyes start guiding you while images start to appear and develop inside your head. All of a sudden you can see that the perfect idea you had is turning into a short film… Read More »

My Experience with Music Rights on YouTube




This year, the annual European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI) conference was held at the Myklas Romeris University in Vilnius, Lithuania. It consisted of two conference segments covering ‘Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond’, and ‘Shaping Ethics in Academia and Society’. Seeing ourselves as safeguards for Academic Integrity, PlagScan continuously intensify… Read More »

Attending the annual European Network for Academic Integrity conference in ...