- Improve teaching by providing a source for all teaching materials
A platform constantly browsing through sources, extracting models and exploring different tools to be a one stop source for all teaching materials.
Educators can search this platform and locate various teaching materials, including lesson plans with accompanying resources and tools linking out to instructional videos, tutorials and so on. The system can also generate initial drafts of materials which are then modified by educators.
According to lectures or presentations on a given topic it will organize slides accordingly and then present them, in slides-only mode, captions or automatic transcripts for deaf students, as well as highlight phases of spoken language.
Users can extract models from this platform, create their own models through a simplified version of how the platform is constructed from scratch and model sentences themselves; they can explore different tools online in various fields while they are researching or
- Help students to understand the importance of citations and avoid plagiarism
It is obviously crucial for any citation or journal article to be accurate and free from mistakes.
References have an important function in academic essays: Firstly, they show readers that the writer has done some kind of research into a particular topic or has a specialist knowledge of it. In addition, they often help the reader assess how scholarly the work is and may provide fuller information on a topic than what the essay is able to include.
Even if it ranges from centuries ago with Homer inventing character dialogue to modern contemporary neural networks generating believable fake news, citations are seen as integral to research output
The goal of writing an essay or handing in an assignment should be to solve problems on your own, not copy from others
- Help teachers to identify original sources of student work
Illicit original work or plagiarism is a problem plaguing educators. In an empirical study by Moore, et al., it showed that 16% of middle of high school teachers have found student grades to be fraudulent and up to 42% of college professors believe they’ve had student plagiarizers cheat on their tests. Industries are ill-equipped to find proof of plagiarism, because even technologically advanced algorithms cannot pick out the parts that lack originality. For example, Google's Advanced Plagiarism Detector is programmed to analyze English texts. Students who turn in work in Spanish will fool Google's algorithm because the text may not come up for detection on the software. This is why services like New Bell's Evaluation Software are essential for schools, allowing them to identify fraud amongst their students without error