Turnitin Academic Integrity Seminar 2015 - Beirut, Lebanon

University Libraries at AUB | Monday, 23 February 2015


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Turnitin and Techknowledge Fzllc are co-hosting an Academic Integrity Seminar in Beirut, Lebanon for the first time! Guest speakers from AUB’s Center for Teaching and Learning as well as Academic Services departments will share their best practices and successes in achieving academic integrity. What’s more, the Turnitin team will also be on hand to showcase what’s new and upcoming for the product in 2015. This is a great opportunity to network, share experiences and better understand how Turnitin can benefit your institution.

The seminar is free and includes lunch and refreshments.

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Turnitin Academic Integrity Seminar 2015 - Oman

Majan College (University College) | Wednesday, 25 February 2015


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Turnitin and Techknowledge Fzllc are co-hosting an Academic Integrity Seminar in Oman this February. Guest speakers from Majan College and Khalifa University will share their best practices and successes in achieving academic integrity. What’s more, the Turnitin team will also be on hand to showcase what’s new and upcoming for the product in 2015. This is a great opportunity to network, share experiences and better understand how Turnitin can benefit your institution.

The seminar is free and includes lunch and refreshments.

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MoodleMaharaMoot Germany 2015

Lübeck, Germany, 5th – 6th March, 2015


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Turnitin are excited to be exhibiting at the MoodleMaharaMoot 2015 in Germany which is being organized by the union for education on the internet and the University of applied science Lübeck.

Our DACH team consisting of Hans-Lorenz Reiff-Schoenfeld, Claudia Prochazka and Frauke Hielscher will be happy to answer any questions about Turnitin at our stand as well as providing a prestentation.

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4th World Conference on Research Integrity

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | 31 May –3 June, 2015


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Turnitin will be sponsoring and exhibiting at the 4th world conference on Research Integrity in Brazil 2015. This conference will be held during four full days of inspiring sessions at the fabulous Windsor Barra. The program will include keynotes from a diversity of fields and a variety of universities, funding agencies, scientific societies and publishing houses.

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Upcoming Webcasts

2015 Spring Training

Thursday, January 29, 2015

“What’s the OSI got to do with it?” Turning Student Fear to Engagement with Originality Reports

Featuring Jason Chu, Education Director for Turnitin

A good number of students approach Turnitin Originality Reports with an untoward mix of fear and even loathing. For many students it’s all about the OSI, when in fact the Originality Report can be a valuable tool for improving their own work.

Join us for an engaging session on best practices and strategies for teaching students how to best use their Originality Reports? This session is the first of our three scheduled “Spring Training” sessions and will be delivered by the Turnitin Professional Development Team.

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Alan Reid

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Hyperlinking QuickMarks®: Extending the Reach of Instruction

Featuring Alan Reid, Assistant Professor of First-Year Writing at Coastal Carolina University

How do you engage students in the writing process? How do you balance out the time needed to properly evaluate student work with the amount of feedback that is often necessary to improve the writing abilities of first-year students? And, how can we, as educators, extend the reach of instruction to help struggling students given increasing class sizes and time constraints?

Join us for an instructional hands-on session with Alan Reid, an Assistant Professor of First-Year Writing at Coastal Carolina University, as he shares:

  • How to extend the reach of instruction by adding a rich layer of multimedia feedback with hyperlinked QuickMarks®
  • How Turnitin enables him to streamline the grading process while providing targeted, in-depth feedback for students
  • Different strategies and QuickMark® Comments for bridging the evaluative hurdles that come with teaching students.
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2015 Spring Training

Thursday, February 19, 2015

“Prompt Up the Jam”: Strategies for Developing Effective Writing Prompts

Featuring Charles Trafford, Teacher at Inglemoor High School

A challenge that many educators face is developing prompts that will provoke their students to think critically and deeply about a topic. There are always multiple issues at play for successful prompt generation: What’s appropriate to the students’ levels of learning? What are the instructional goals to achieve? And, where does one go to get prompt content?

Join us and our panel of experienced instructors for what promises to be an informative, in-depth discussion on these issues and more!

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2015 Spring Training

Thursday, February 26, 2015

“Don’t Stop Believing”: Ed Tech Trends Worth Holding On To

Featuring Bryan Alexander, senior fellow at the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE)

Ed tech funding saw again another rise in investment in 2014, continuing the series of rises since 2010 that traces a growing trend in the investment in technology in education. Given this trend, what do we know now about the efficacies of this investment for learning and student success?

Join noted ed tech researcher and futurist, Bryan Alexander, as he does a run down of the key promises and hype that some new technology and approaches have offered and shares his well-informed thoughts on where this technology (like MOOCs) are headed.

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2015 Spring Training

Thursday, March 5, 2015

“What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?”: Voice Commenting Strategies Using Turnitin

Featuring Jason Chu, Education Director at Turnitin

How can you be sure that the feedback that you are providing to students is getting heard? Are you looking to better take advantage of using voice commenting to better tune your students into your suggestions for improvement?

Join us for a discussion on strategies for best using the voice commenting feature in Turnitin to provide feedback to students that truly resonates. This session is the second of our three scheduled “Spring Training” sessions and will be delivered by the Turnitin Professional Development Team.

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Improving Writing Skills


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