Detecting and Avoiding Plagiarism

Start Date: February 24 2017 - 12:00 PM

End Date: February 24 2017 - 02:00 PM

Audience: Faculty and Staff

Category: Faculty Development

Location: L-314

Description:

The Senate Committee on Academic Development is delighted to offer this workshop in which faculty and staff can learn about Turnitin, a plagiarism service that evaluates submitted assignments for originality. The workshop will include information on how to use Turnitin through Blackboard, set up assignments, access and review plagiarism reports, and provide writing feedback through the Feedback Studio. In addition, this workshop will include information on developing assignments to avoid plagiarism and teaching citation so students provide their sources accurately. This event is supported by the Library, the Office of Educational Technology (OET) and CETL. 

Please click the link below to RSVP.

 

Website: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSethl70TL6sDU-irrGP0OY2izOU3Oo1kAj0sesR2jYIeePWIA/viewform


Contact Name: Tirandai Hemraj-Benny

Contact Phone: 718.281.5494

Contact Email: themrajbenny@qcc.cuny.edu

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