New creative crafter joins PlagScan

Lauraine Mak from Vancouver, Canada crossed the ocean to widen our PlagScan Family with her artistic mind. When she applied, she was particularly attracted by our mission and commitment to Academic Integrity.

Creativity drives into her blood as a fine art painter and will continue her artistic endeavors in Germany by taking our PlagSccan Vision into a new level with new visuals to spread the importance of academic integrity amongst the next generation of young scholars.

In her spare time she is fond of drawing, visiting art galleries and playing video games.

She admits that her favourite animal is the Crocodile.

She feels at home after one week and adds:

“I have a great feeling after one week of working at Plagscan, and hope to be here a long time.”   

About Christelle Delaleuf

Christelle writes about plagiarism, education or new events about PlagScan. She is from France has been living in Germany for 10 years and traveled in different places like Canada or Austria before settling down. Advocate for fair education, she lends her pen in order to help students and teachers to develop creative writing and critical thinking.

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