Turnitin is the leading plagiarism-detection service. It's used by more than 30 million students across more than 15,000 institutions. Institutions using Turnitin request their students to submit their works into Turnitin for plagiarism detection and for lecturers to cross-check similarity sources and mark accordingly. The following 6 tips will help the students to submit their... Continue Reading →
Highlighting Robert Gane's Nine Events of Instructions and how they can be used as a framework to design an effective online course.
We often might receive tens or even hundreds of emails each day. Without proper and easy-to-use tools or techniques to manage and automate certain tasks, we probably will sink in piles and piles of unread and uncategorized emails from everywhere. Gmail provides a rich and flexible email and task management platform. It features a very... Continue Reading →
With the beginning of the new academic year, new students are embarking on new challenges, schedules, timetables, duties, responsibilities, to-do lists...etc. This amount of information and chores could be overwhelming and hard to observe. So here are some tips to kickstart your new academic year. Be Digital! Use to-do lists, note taking and other productivity... Continue Reading →
Twitter, as a popular and dynamic social platform, could be effectively utilized by educators to enrich and diversify the teaching experience. The "Hashtag" is like a dynamic magnifier that filters and orders the massive amount of data that is populating the web. The teacher can create a hashtag related to the topic or subject that... Continue Reading →