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As ‘contract cheating’ spreads, Oakland company deploys new tools to detect it

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02/23/2019 on San Francisco Chronicle

…To detect contract cheaters, Turnitin’s new tool assigns each paper a basic “readability” score. If the same student is doing the work, the score should be similar…Read full article here.

By |March 6th, 2019|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|

Supporting Student Success in Online Learning

By Dov Friedman
02/28/2019 on GettingSmart

…Instructors and their institutions play a vital role in supporting student success in an online environment. Because students can feel isolated when they’re learning online, instructors must build in opportunities for students to experience a sense of community with each other and with the instructor…Read full article here.

By |March 5th, 2019|Categories: CirQLive, Client Articles|Tags: |

This underused strategy can make higher ed IT departments more efficient

By Andrew Graf
02/01/2019 on EdScoop

….Yet, when we asked whether respondents had a simple way to conduct resource capacity planning, only one in four (23 percent) said yes. This represents a huge opportunity for technology to help make campus IT departments more efficient…Read full article here.

By |February 15th, 2019|Categories: Client Articles, TeamDynamix|Tags: |

How Tallahassee Community College repurposed its educational technology to boost student success

By Bret Ingerman
02/06/2019 on e-Campus News

…Choosing flexible, adaptable solutions such as Workday and TDX has allowed us to do more with less—delivering exceptional service to students, faculty, and staff despite our budget constraints. Read full article here.

By |February 12th, 2019|Categories: Client Articles, TeamDynamix|Tags: |

A Young Entrepreneur Has Bold Take On Fixing Student Engagement

By Derek Newton
12/18/2018 on Forbes

…By building familiar, highly-functioning communication and connectivity tools with the academics, ambi is hitting on the numerous academic and programmatic studies that have linked positive student engagement, the development of learning communities and peer-to-peer connections with retention and, eventually, graduation…Read full article here.

By |January 23rd, 2019|Categories: Ambi, Client Articles|Tags: |

Do students understand academic integrity?

By: Gina Londino-Smolar
01/22/2019 on SmartBrief

…Many students I teach–from freshman to graduate students–think that academic misconduct only includes plagiarism or cheating. They don’t realize that it also includes falsification, fabrication, interference and violating course rules…Read full article here.

By |January 23rd, 2019|Categories: Client Articles, Turnitin|Tags: |