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In this webinar, we’ll explore the important concepts of academic integrity and similarity matching that should be discussed with students when setting your classroom norms and expectations. We'll demonstrate how to use Turnitin’s tools as one part of your toolkit to encourage and ensure academic integrity in the classroom. We’ll also look at some resources developed by Turnitin’s Teaching and Learning Innovations team, and discuss how they can be leveraged to support your conversations with students.

What we’ll cover:

  • Talking to students about academic integrity
  • Implementing an academic integrity policy in the classroom
  • Introducing students to the similarity report
  • Preparing your assignments ahead of time
  • Utilising Turnitin’s lesson plans and resources to support your activities in the classroom
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Additional training - Interpreting Turnitin's similarity report

If you have new staff joining your team in the new year, or have staff looking for a refresher, all are welcome to join our free, live and online training session, "Interpreting Turnitin's Similarity Report". A member of Turnitin's training team will demonstrate all there is to know about the similarity report, and explore strategies to address any issues that are surfaced by the reports with your students. Click to view our current schedule and to register.

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