Education





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The current spread of COVID-19 and the precautions taken to decrease its expansion have put many institutions into challenging situations. The team of PlagScan is making sure our software runs smoothly during the higher demands of a more digitized and remote education environment worldwide. We understand that education and business… Read More »

PlagScan Helps and Supports in Times of “Social Distancing”


PlagScan has been ranked by the European Network for Academic Integrity as one of the best providers for text-matching software. The ranking results from several tests comparing the performance, coverage and usability of 15 products worldwide. Supporting fair and helpful evaluation and feedback The main goal of the conducted tests… Read More »

Press Release: PlagScan Ranked as One of the Top Softwares ...



Trends in Education 2020
With 2019 drawing to a close, let’s have a look at which trends might have an impact on global education in 2020. Over the last few years, two megatrends have strongly influenced the development of global education and its standards. Digitalization and Globalization have been the main forces to drive… Read More »

Trends in Education 2020: An Outlook




PlagScan is happy to announce the upgrade of its advanced database, which now checks against millions of sources of newly added academic journals and articles. By cooperating with several of the most renowned scientific publishers worldwide, professors, instructors and peer-reviewers can now check theses, articles and assignments for plagiarism. Millions… Read More »

News Release: Advanced Plagiarism Detection Against Additional Millions of Academic ...


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