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5 Best Online Plagiarism Checkers for Teachers to Use in 2024

PlagiarismCheck

Canvas, Moodle, Blackboard, Brightspace, Schoology, and Sakai integration. Overview: AI-based multilingual plagiarism checker and machine-written content detector. Deep Internet plagiarism search. Grammar Check tool. AI Content detecting browser extension. Limitations: Limited database of scientific content.

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Self-asess your Sakai course

NspireD2

Assessment was the topic for the final week of the BlendKit course and the reading included a great list of rubrics to help participants examine their own work. My favorite rubric came from Blackboard’s Exemplary Course Program.

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Share questions between Quizlet and Sakai

NspireD2

create items in the app and port them over, using the markup options in the LMS.

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Nine tips for student-centered Sakai sites

NspireD2

5 from @ProfHacker and a few of my own @AnaSalter.

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Hoping to Spur 'Learning Engineering,' Carnegie Mellon Will Open-Source Its Digital-Learning Software

Edsurge

The Sakai Project, an effort to build a community-source learning-management system as an alternative to commercial systems like Blackboard, started with great fanfare and grant support in 2004—but its use has shrunk to less than 3 percent of the LMS market in North America in 2018, according to a report by e-Literate.

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How Social Media Encourages Plagiarism (and Six Ways You Can Fight It)

Edsurge

Unicheck, specifically, is compatible with Canvas , Google Classroom, Moodle , Schoology , Sakai, NEO LMS and Blackboard. Some plagiarism checkers are compatible with popular learning management systems , simplifying the overall process for teachers.

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Beware Edtech’s Equivalent of the Flashlight App

Edsurge

The five most popular LMSs (Moodle, Blackboard, Canvas, D2L and Sakai), which account for more than 90 percent of the market share in higher education, are all designed based on a 10-year-old standard called the Learning Tools Interoperability (or LTI) standard.

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