By: Graham Womack
03/23/2018 on Press Tribune
…On April 13, Hanson, his wife, Jean, and a nonprofit organization they founded in 2005, Changing Lives Together Incorporated, will host a fundraiser in Fair Oaks for Ghanaian education. The event, which will feature Ghanaian food, music and performances, is being held to raise $40,000 to build three classrooms and a restroom at an elementary school in Ghana…Read full article here.
By Dian Schaffhauser
03/13/2018 on Campus Technology
…The former secretary for the U.S. Department of Education under President Obama recently joined the board of Turnitin, an education technology company that provides services for writing help, literacy skill development and plagiarism checking in K-12 and higher education…Read full article here.
By Laura Ascione
02/28/2018 on eSchool News
….In the very near future, “78 percent of all available jobs will require education beyond high school–that doesn’t necessarily mean four-year degrees, but something beyond high school,” said Sabari Raja, founder and chief executive officer of Nepris, a web-based platform that connects students and teachers to STEM professionals and industry experts….Read full article here.
By Margherita Scalisi
02/26/2018 on Beaver
…The software, named “Authorship Investigation”, is developed by Turnitin, which is the most popular provider of plagiarism-detection software for British universities. Through machine-learning algorithms and forensic linguistic analysis, it will be able to monitor a student’s writing style, detecting major differences between the submitted papers…Read full article here.
By Hannah Vallance
02/12/2018 on Mancunion
…Turnitin, the popular provider of plagiarism-detection software for British universities, will now also include a new program, coined Authorship Investigation, that will record and monitor the wording, phraseology and style of students’ writing…Read full article here.