Christelle Delaleuf


By our guest blogger Jane Sandwood. Globally, only half as many self-employed folks describe their well-being in positive terms, compared with people working full time for an employer. Self-employed writers juggle numerous roles, from producing content to bookkeeping, often logging long hours in isolation. It’s a recipe for burnout, which often manifests as… Read More »

How Writers Can Win the Battle Against Burnout


By our guest blogger Jane Sandwood. In 2017, an estimate of 43% of cybersecurity attacks were aimed at companies containing 250 employees or less. Small businesses are among the most vulnerable establishments for hacking, because they often transmit valuable personal data without adequate defense mechanisms. To best prepare themselves, small business owners… Read More »

Small Business Face Greater Cybersecurity Risks



submission document flow
2018 is the year of submissions! We planned new improvements for this feature in two steps. As we present the first step today, you will learn the following options we’ve created for teachers/professors and students. If you have not heard of the submission feature at all, please click here. You will… Read More »

Submissions Changes: Deadlines – Communication – Setting predefined


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)


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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 »

These proven Tactics can Boost traffic to Your Blog



Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash     In our blog, we always try to come up with creative, diverse and new content about technology, PlagScan news, plagiarism and education. In the following mini-series, consisting of two to three episodes, I will describe my journey to content writing. I wanted to write about the product features… Read More »

Content Marketing Journey Part I


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Article by our guest blogger: Jane Sandwood   A new study shows that a growing number of people are lying on their resumes. According to the report, 85% of employers caught applicants exaggerating on their application or resume. While some candidates may want to be as honest as possible with a future employer, they also… Read More »

How to Weed out fake Candidates and get the Best ...



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


  OYGINYA – Hotel zum Walde – Stolberg – Germany   With the beginning of every new year, people around the globe set their new year’s resolutions to challenging themselves for the better. For many companies, it is the time to define new procedures and target new projects. Some companies… Read More »

Old Year Gone (2017) Is the New Year Ahead (2018)