Christelle Delaleuf



Moodle
Our motto for the 2019 Version: Transparency, Organisation, Collaboration As you probably know, PlagScan developed a full integration on one of the most renown open source LMS Moodle so that users could benefit from PlagScan solutions without navigating between an LMS and our features. In 2019, we are now implementing… Read More »

PlagScan released its latest Moodle PlugIn   Recently updated !



Sabrina Elbin
We started this year with an outstanding new powerpreneur, Sabrina Elbin, who is spreading her wings to consolidate the German, Austrian and Swiss markets. We are very happy that we could win Sabrina for this great task. Sabrina, fascinated with emerging technologies, was instantly drawn to our job description. She… Read More »

Sabrina Elbin, PlagScan’s new Sales Manager for the DACH Market   Recently updated !


Photo by Tamarcus Brown on Unsplash When you pick up a book, you are usually intrigued by the plot or narrative ahead, readying to get into the minds of characters and imagine a new world. On many different levels, people enjoy reading because it is an escape and a way to explore, or… Read More »

Experiencing Writer’s Block? Here’s How Reading Expands Your Creativity



2019 begins with our Germany Tour Our first stop is in Karlsruhe with LEARNTEC From January 29th until January 31st, we will attend LEARNTEC, a convention and leading German trade fair for Education Technologies. For a quarter of a century, LEARNTEC has been held at the beginning of the year and… Read More »

Meet us at Learntec in Karlsruhe Hall 2 H14   Recently updated !




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