How to Fight Plagiarism

We are still looking for ways to fix this problem. In this article, we’ll look at how to identify plagiarism and how to prevent it. The Scope of the Problem The Edutopia post indicated that 55 percent of college presidents believe plagiarism has increased since 2000. Another Edutopia post indicated that papers submitted to the

5 must have free Gmail add-ons

You most likely use Gmail for your personal mails. Most of us also use Gmail for business. I am a big productivity freak. Not that I use all my hours working but whatever time I spend working, I want it to be efficient. Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted – John Lennon Here are

60 Free Computer Science College Courses You Can Take Online in 2015

Published on a recent Hacker News post by user denismars, the 60 following computer science courses are all online classes that are provided completely for free by various professors, departments and universities across the world through each respective university’s website. According to GitHub user prakhar1989, the originator of the list, the 60 computer science courses are

Duolingo for Schools brings the language learning platform into the classroom

Duolingo has unveiled a new platform designed specifically for use in schools that promises to make it easier for teachers to keep up with students’ language learning progress. Although Duolingo for Schools is the company’s first formal steps to shift into the classroom, it follows the groundwork laid down by the introduction of the Duolingo Test Center in April last year. Duolingo

Use Flashissue to send beautiful, engaging emails

Gmail is great for sending plain text emails and attaching files, but there isn’t really a way to put together aesthetically pleasing messages. For example, if you want to send out a marketing email, or a company wide newsletter with lots of images and style, you may feel obligated to sign up for a email

A Very Good Infographic on Inspirational Leaders

Leadership comes with hard work but successful leadership entails more than just laboriousness, it calls for special traits that only a select few possess. Whether these traits are skills that can be developed or are a matter of biological endowment is something which still needs scientific back-up. Generally speaking, successful leaders do have something in