Team Members: Andras Szep, Harrison Garber, Matthew Rutledge, Skyler Vaillencourt
Channelkit, our group’s technology, cracks down on plagiarism and facilitates real-time, online information sharing between students and teachers. Professors can use this app in their classrooms to ensure that students link their source websites. Channelkit’s visual webpage representation reduces plagiarism, because it compels students to find reputable sites for their assignments. Furthermore, the visual representation lets teachers easily check the sources that students use. Students benefit from Channelkit because of its easy-to-use categorization helps them in finding and uploading exam review materials. Unlike D2L, Channelkit allows students to share the materials they find online with each other. Therefore, it aids them in studying for exams and improves teamwork. Channelkit links to websites visually, thus increasing productivity by reducing the amount of time required to find what you need. With Channelkit, both student and professor win by promoting honesty and learning faster.