Thanks for Joining Us!
Nearly 2600 educators joined us for Plagiarism Education Week, a week of activities devoted to
sharing ideas and best practices to teach students that Originality Matters.
Be sure to revisit the recorded webcasts below. To keep the discussion alive at your school use #PlagEdWeek on Twitter.
How do students interpret Originality Matters? See the winner and finalists of the Plagiarism.org poster contest.
Thanks to the sponsors of Plagiarism Education Week:
Featuring Jason Stephens, Educational Psychologist at University of Connecticut
Attendees may enter a drawing to win a copy of Jason Stephens' book Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity, co-authored with David Wangaard, Executive Director of SEE.Watch Now
Featuring Lynn Lampert, Chair of Reference & Instructional Services and Coordinator of Information Literacy & Instruction at California State University Northridge
Attendees will receive free lesson plans for teaching about plagiarism and source attribution.Watch Now
Featuring Teddi Fishman, Director, International Center for Academic Integrity
Attendees may enter a drawing to win The Academic Integrity Assessment Guide which includes surveys for students and faculty, followed by a confidential, customized report of findings.Watch Now
Featuring Kelly McBride, Senior Faculty, Ethics, Reporting and Writing, PoynterWatch Now
Poster Contest Finalists
See the work of all 10 finalists. Learn more about our winner, Madeline Ocampo!
Plagiarism Education Week is made possible by our sponsors and amplified by participating organizations, institutions, and individuals. Thank you for your participation!
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