Plagiarism search tools comparison

PlagiarismCheck

We often hear from teachers who are exploring possibilities of using PlagiarismCheck for their schools, that they are currently searching for plagiarism manually or use some free software that is available online. To show the difference between the three options, we have put up a comparison list to spotlight the main differences.

The Big 3's War Over EDU: A Comparison of Apple, Google, and Microsoft

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Pages, Keynote, and Numbers are quality pieces of software, but the lack of them on anything other than Mac means adoption will be low. The online portal might work, but it is going to have to be a simple as Google Drive with an easy tie to email for it to work.

In the market for a 360° camera? Look no further!

EdTechnocation.com

With the explosion of +Google Cardboard (and Google Expeditions ), my interest lately has been with the idea of students and teachers creating virtual reality and 360° content. Read further for my top pick and a handy (and constantly updated) comparison chart!

Battle of the Classrooms: Apple, Google, Microsoft Vie for K-12 Market

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It’s terribly confusing, but perhaps no coincidence, that three of the world’s most prominent consumer technology companies—Apple, Google, Microsoft—each boast a “Classroom” tool aimed at K-12 educators and students. For a quick summary, see our comparison chart at the bottom.). Google Google Classroom. Updates and Upgrades: The first of the “Classrooms,” Google Classroom launched in August 2014. It’s a straight Google Classroom knock-off.” Google.

Digital humanities in the K-12 classroom

Neo LMS

The software allows users to plot out events across a geography — it gives visual aides to any narrative, be it fictional, historical or personal. Google also has great story mapping software, called My Maps.

How To Effectively Use Educational Assessment Tools

ViewSonic Education

A comparison of summative assessment and formative assessment. For this comparison, we will look at educational assessment under two categories: Summative or Formative. On a larger scale, Summative assessment software, such as Easy LMS , are already used for many standardized tests.

EdTech definitions every teacher should know: Part 1

Neo LMS

I have also situated phrases that are often incorrectly interchanged against one another for what I hope is a useful comparison. Examples include automated stock trading software and automated cars. A while ago we received a comment on a post about Augmented Reality.

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Faceoff: What Digital Device Should My School Buy?

Ask a Tech Teacher

Does this include teacher favorites like MS Office, Google Earth, or KidPix? software–can you install favorite programs? ability/need to upgrade–when there are software/hardware updates, how easy/difficult is this to accomplish?

Why new technologies often don’t help students

The Christensen Institute

Edtech enthusiasts promote the benefits of innovations such as open educational resources (OER), learning management systems (LMS), and adaptive learning software. The Gooru software and LPS’s learning resources are available for free at gooru.org.

Touch-Typing: Rote vs Integrated Learning or Rote and Integrated Learning?

Ask a Tech Teacher

Take a class of thirty students, tell them they are going to learn how to type only by using it in searches on google and creating reports in Microsoft Office. That is an obvious comparison but there is a better one to be made.

The video wall on college campuses in 2017

Bryan Alexander

Software allows interactivity and perhaps other functions, depending on the package. Additionally, the display can easily connect with FLUX HPC and offers many common software packages for researchers, designers, and programmers.

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10 Technology Skills Every Educator Should Have

Educational Technology Guy

Tips on Better Searches (from Google) Infographic on Better Searches Common Craft Video on Web Search Strategies UPDATED thanks to a great comment below. Businesses still use MS Office for the most part, but iWorks, OpenOffice / LibreOffice, and Google Docs are all getting more popular.

100 Ways You Should Be Using Facebook in Your Classroom

Educational Technology Guy

Facebook is one social network that schools and teachers use with their students, when it isn''t blocked by the school filtering software! Infographic on which to use when Twitter - A great resource for Education Google+ - more reasons it''s great for educators Twitter, Facebook, RSS feeds, Email, Google+ - why/when I use each one. Follow me on Twitter and Google+.

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Google Cardboard was on show, but so were other alternatives. In fact, it was surprising how inexpensive but robust some of the alternatives were in comparison to Cardboard. Digital Google Cardboard HTC Vive JISC learning pedagogies robotics Technology virtual presence VR

What Data Will Show That Edtech ‘Works’?

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Data may also be self-reported by teachers and students on surveys developed by companies including Panorama Education or simply Google Forms. Correlational: Comparisons of users (variable) and non-users (control). Causal: More rigorous than correlational; this is an apples-to-apples comparison that ensures that students in the control and variable groups have similar backgrounds and characteristics. “A Correlations, Comparisons.

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A ‘Safe’ Smart Speaker for Kids? Startup Chatterbox Promises to Put Privacy First

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But smart speakers, such as the Amazon Echo Dot and the Google Home, which function almost like virtual assistants, come with a catch. The software is powered by a Raspberry Pi computer. A new Amazon Echo Dot, in comparison, costs $29.99.

Social Media and Kids - what you should know - guest post

Educational Technology Guy

They should also consider how the “like” feature on Instagram can become a comparison tool for teens and a way to measure popularity or self-worth. Consider putting proper safety measures in place, too, such as installing security software and keeping networks secure.

Microsoft’s Big Bett Updates: Free VR Curriculum and Using a Pencil as a Stylus

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On the software side, several new grading functions have been added to Microsoft Teams, the company’s version of a learning management system. Its interface resembles a mashup of Slack and Google Classroom.) Justin Chando, now a product manager for Teams for Education, hails from Chalkup , a company he founded in 2013 to build classroom collaboration software. By comparison, Google claims more than 30 million users for Classroom, a likely competitor to Teams.

This Company is Using AI to Change the World

EdNews Daily

Ray Kurzweil is a bestselling author, futurist and Director of Engineering for Google. Apple’s SIRI, Amazon’s Alexa, Microsoft’s Cortona and Google’s Hey Google are all thought to be AI. e nterpriseMind is software that models the way we think. By Charles Sosnik.

Silent Reading vs. Independent Reading: What’s the Difference? (plus digital tools to assess IR)

Reading By Example

In their excellent resource No More Independent Reading Without Support (Heinemann, 2013), Debbie Miller and Barbara Moss provide a helpful comparison: Silent Reading. This information can be backed up to Google Drive, Evernote, and other cloud storage options. Students can also be grouped in the software based on specific strategies and needs. Google Forms. We set up a Google Form in one grade level in our school: Evernote.

How to Leverage Technology Tools for Tutoring (sponsored post)

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Clark is software for your tutoring business. More than just software for tutors, Clark simplifies the logistics around tutoring sessions for parents and students. Google Calendar.

“Tired of fighting that fight”: School districts’ uphill battle to get good deals on ed tech

The Hechinger Report

A student in New York uses Google Docs on her classroom iPad to discuss themes in the class’s latest book with her group. billion was spent on devices by K-12 schools in 2015, and the Software and Information Industry Association estimates that nearly $8.4 billion was spent on software.

What to Look for When Purchasing an Education Projector

ViewSonic Education

Digital displays, by comparison, have a fixed screen size. Interactive software, which varies by manufacturer, lets multiple users interact at the same time. Considering an education projector for your classrooms or lecture hall? That’s a smart move.

Why a Web Filter Isn’t Enough To Keep Your Students Safe

Gaggle Speaks

A web filter is software designed to restrict or control the online content that a user is allowed to access. We keep students safe by analyzing and reviewing all communication associated with a student’s school-provided email account and cloud storage, such as Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive. This comparison just scratches the surface when it comes to the differences between Gaggle and web filters.

How to leverage $200 million toward computer science—and rethink school as we know it

The Christensen Institute

In reality, the funding itself may pale in comparison to the potential message that an effort like this could send when it comes to innovation in K-12 schools. This does not mean developers and software engineers should all become classroom teachers. She didn’t have the time to keep up with the rapid changes in technology, like 3-D printing and Google Glass. “I Computer science strikes again.

4 Ways to Truly Expand #CSforAll

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According to a 2016 poll by Gallup and Google , more than 90 percent of parents think computer science is a good use of school resources, but less than half of schools offer even a single class. Although an improvement from previous years, this still pales in comparison with the emphasis on so-called core subjects like math and reading. Finally, “micro-tutoring” could be a way for full-time software engineers to support the work being done by educators in the classroom.

Microsoft’s Many EDU Updates—and a Window of Opportunity to Win K-12 Market Share

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Microsoft has long had a beef with Google—even if the company won’t always admit it today—dating back to the “Scroogled” advertisement campaign that critiqued the search giant’s Chromebooks and privacy policies. According to Futuresource Consulting, a market research firm, in the third quarter of 2017, Google’s Chromebooks captured 59.8 But Futuresource also noted that while Google “remains the dominant market share, its growth shows signs of slowing.”

Paying to Turn in Homework? ASU Prof's Viral Email Raises Questions About Online Textbook Model

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Goegan also argued that he was forced to fail 30 percent of his students, which he said university officials wanted so that an adaptive-learning project being developed for other sections of the economics course would be made to look good by comparison.

Hi-Def Classroom Collaboration With the AVer CC30

Fractus Learning

The AVer CC30 packages all the hardware and software you need to present, record, screen capture, live stream, and annotate material with your class. Software. In comparison, a standard webcam only gives a narrow 70 degree angle as seen below.

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The video wall on college campuses in 2017

Bryan Alexander

Software allows interactivity and perhaps other functions, depending on the package. Additionally, the display can easily connect with FLUX HPC and offers many common software packages for researchers, designers, and programmers. That software I mentioned isn’t a trivial matter.

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EverFi Rocks the Edtech Industry With $190 Million Fundraise

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not just deliver software, but also be able to engage with big brands and marry our interests.” The team in charge of managing these sponsor relationships is “relatively small,” she adds, in comparison to the company’s K-12 implementation team that has footprints across the country, from urban metropolises to coal country and the Mississippi Delta. So, too, do companies such as AirBnB, Google, Oracle and Whole Foods.

Tools Harvard Computer Science Students Use to Collaborate, Stay Organized

MindShift

MOSS (Measure Of Software Similarity): This tool is freely developed and can help determine academic honesty. The tools allow users to anonymously submit student work and see a comparison to other existing code. Malan finds it more group friendly than Google Hangout.

How a Master's Program From the '80s Quietly Keeps Up With Coding Bootcamps

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Recent graduates “landed jobs at Mozilla, Stitch Fix and are getting jobs as software engineers,” she adds. Spertus, who has also worked as a senior research scientist at Google, disagrees, saying “it’s a fallacy to think the theory you learn in CS programs is … useless. Even with the option for federal financial aid—which coding bootcamps lack, because they are unaccredited—the ICS program could still be a prohibitively steep price in comparison to a $10,000 bootcamp.

Rhode Island Teachers Fired After Insulting Students Online

K-12 Schools - Education News

Earlier in the week, 18 pages of their private conversation on Slack were leaked to staff and students at the school in a mass email which included a link to a Google document sent using one of the teacher’s hacked email accounts. (Photo: Pixabay, Creative Commons).

Cool Websites for Teachers: by Jesse Langley

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That way, students could see how many people were sacrificed at Mayan temples in comparison to how many people are in the class. Time Rime works off of Adobe Flash 8, so you’ll need to have computers with updated software before you attempt to use this on students’ computers. It’s well worth putting on your Google Reader. Teachers are often encouraged to use more technology in the classroom, with little instruction or direction.

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