What is Similarity Percentage All About and How Much is Allowed for Academic Papers?

Clarity. This is what gives a sense of understanding. This is something that gives directions to move on. When it comes to plagiarism prevention tools, […]

Get Students More Involved with Online Discussion Boards

As instructors, you’ve most likely utilized online discussion boards for either intro conversations in online classes or for course Q&As. But discussion boards’ benefits go […]

Travis N. Thurston on Architecture of Engagement, Blended Courses, and Instructional Development

Healthy self-criticism and persistency – that’s what leads to perfection. But counting on yourself only may slow down the progress. In instructional development, a community […]

Yep, Plagiarism Detection Software Always Needs Your Supervision

Being a great educator requires much more than just engaging and teaching your students. Odds are, you’re juggling more than one group of students or […]

Interactive Learning. Part 2: Effective Digital Tools Within an LMS and Beyond

This blog is a nice addition to the previous one featuring interactive learning activities, as here we dive into the real-life example of how a […]

Excite Your Students This Fall With These Interactive Learning Activities

The fall semester is around the corner, and educators everywhere are busy preparing for their teaching and learning activities in the coming months. In these […]

How to Develop Writing Skills in Students and Help Them Be Original

Let’s face it—some things never change, like last-minute assignments and the growing anxiousness that gets even more intense with the amount of assignments students receive. […]

Zoom Isn’t Enough: How Best to Increase Student Engagement Online

Moving classes online at short notice is quite a challenging feat. But once the teaching & learning process has begun, maintaining student engagement remotely becomes […]

The Other Side of the Story: Daniel Wong on Student Motivation and Learning Perspectives

Hardly anyone is born with the feeling that learning is important. It’s something that many of us are likely to embrace after high school graduation […]

The Reasons Behind Plagiarizing: A Deeper Look

Plagiarism these days is an ever growing problem. According to Unicheck statistics, nearly 58% of students admitted to plagiarizing just in the last year. From […]

MBTI Types: Educating Various Types of Students

Knowing who we are is what gives us a sense of purpose. Career is one-way how this purpose is expressed and college is one way […]

First Day School Activities. Ways to Engage Students

Do you remember tension you feel every time meeting a new person? No doubt, we fear everything we are uncertain about. Thus, getting to know […]

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