We at Plagtracker have very exciting news to announce, which will help many of our customers out financially. We have looked into our Premium Subscription Plan and noticed not every one needs an unlimited monthly service. Some of our customers (maybe YOU in particular) need to just check one or two documents. (more…)News No Comments
Today our guest is Richard E. Boyatzis, one of America’s leading researchers in the field of emotional intelligence and professor and chair of the Department of Organizational Behavior, Psychology, and Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University and Human Resources at ESADE.
He was ranked #9 Most Influential International Thinkers by an 11,000 HR Director Survey in HR Magazine.
1. What inspired you to get into education?
I wanted to do research and inspire people’s curiosity to do more research and apply these insights to help make the world a better place.
2. What made you choose a career with Case Western Reserve University?
Many friends and colleagues from my days at MIT and Harvard were on the faculty here. The OB Department has the strongest collection of faculty in the change field. (more…)News No Comments
Larisa Enriquez Vazquez is Master of Science (Mathematics) from UNAM and distance education studies by Athabasca University and the University of Monterrey. She is full time research associate in the area of educational technologies and distance education, the CUAED (Coordination of Open University and Distance Education) of the UNAM.
Larisa gladly agreed to speak with PlagTracker about her thoughts on state of online education today.News No Comments
Today we are proud to present you our new infographic, even though it’s better to call it a cartoon story. Working on this one we have tried to maximize both realism and hilariousness at the same time.
The main point of the whole story is to show that sometimes consequences for some hasty decisions can be really painful. Plagiarizing today can get you in a real big trouble later in your life, so it’s better to think twice before copying someone’s else work. Yes, it may work for now, but who knows in what situation it will bring you in 10, 20 or 30 years? Time flies fast.
We are pleased to realize that our plagiarism checker is helping you to avoid all that kind of troubles.
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It is Hump Day!
Some of you may be wondering what is hump day? Well, you won’t find this expression in your common English dictionary; more than likely will find the definition in the English urban dictionary or in urbandictionary.com (more…)News, True Stories about Plagiarism No Comments
Plagiarism, if you are a teacher, you see it amongst students almost everyday. But how often do you see it in the media? I mean you do hear about musician’s lawyers battling in the courtrooms about who stole the chorus line and who owns the copyrights to a song. But have you ever seen it in advertisements? Check this out, it is more common than you think. (more…)News, True Stories about Plagiarism No Comments
It is always a good idea to build your vocabulary; with that in mind, I have a new word I would like to present to you. Check it out! (more…)News, True Stories about Plagiarism No Comments
As we all know, most local news stories are boring or depressing and watching it every night can be a bit overwhelming to handle at times. It can also be frustrating when half the time news programs rush their stories on-air to be the first news channel reporting the latest news, even if it is inaccurate. Just look at this picture! (more…)News, True Stories about Plagiarism No Comments