Turnitin 30-minute Fall Webcasts

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Turnitin Fall Webcast Series

30-minute Webcasts for Educators

Join Turnitin for another season of interactive and educational webcasts! The Fall Webcasts feature sessions that will help educators learn new strategies for online grading, provide students with better feedback and improve plagiarism awareness campus-wide. Registration is complimentary. We look forward to seeing you online!

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September 10

"We Are Our Own Aptest Deceiver": Debunking the Top Five Similarity Score Myths

Hear the Turnitin Professional Development Team debunk the top myths, highlight best approaches, and suggest strategies for making the most of Originality Reports.

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September 18

"The Good, The Excellent, The Wonderful": Positive Feedback Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement

Join an instructional hands-on session with Jennifer Haber, a Turnitin Educator, as she shares different strategies and QuickMark Comments for bridging the evaluative hurdles that come with teaching students.

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September 25

Building Broad-based Rubric Adoption to Enhance Programmatic Assessment

Hear educator Elizabeth Jones provide strategies for creating learning objectives at the assignment, course, and program level using rubrics as a way to create actionable insights.

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October 2

"Are you a Belieber?" Helping Students Onboard with Integrity

Come hear how Justin Bieber song lyrics can help students understand the nuts and bolts of proper citation practices and connect to students when discussing plagiarism.

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October 16

Is It a #clone Or a #remix? Tagging Plagiarism in the Classroom

This interactive session explores the implications of the Turnitin Plagiarism Spectrum, intentional and unintentional plagiarism, and strategies for improving awareness campus-wide.

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November 6

Stopping Plagiarism at the Source: Why Assignments Matter

Join us as we reconsider assignments in order to discover how to stop plagiarism before it happens, as well as explore the role of school and classroom culture, and teacher attitudes and preparation.

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