2016

Bee Dy

Bee Dy

Instructor:

Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

Bee uses Turnitin’s Similarity Report as a positive learning tool to help her students understand how to cite and paraphrase correctly.

Bhojaraju Gunjal

Bhojaraju Gunjal

Head & Deputy Librarian:

National Institute of Technology Rourkela, India

As head of the central library at NIT Rourkela, Bhojaraju and his team have spearheaded a number of initiatives to stimulate students’ understanding of academic integrity and appropriate research practice. 

Monica Morscheck

Monica Morscheck

LIRC Coordinator & Teacher Librarian:

Renaissance College, Hong Kong

As a member of the College’s Academic Honesty Committee, Monica played an instrumental part in demonstrating this commitment when the college rewrote its ‘honesty policy’ last year. This effort aimed to embrace academic integrity and to help students grow in how they think about ethics and honesty.

Anar Bayarsaikhan

Anar Bayarsaikhan

Academic Counselor:

Orchlon International School, Mongolia

Anar became familiar with Turnitin as a student in Hong Kong. This experience allowed her to implement the software at Orchlon International School when she became an instructor there. This involved cooperating with the other teachers so that they could address the problem of students copying and pasting on their assignments. 

Kashif Karim

Kashif Karim

Education Coordinator:

Aga Khan University, Pakistan

During the past years, Kashif has undertaken the formidable task of integrating Turnitin into the Aga Khan University’s Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, and Postgraduate Residency Programs.

Alex Banks

Alex Banks

English Instructor:

Handong Global University, South Korea

Alex utilises Turnitin in his English as a Second Language acquisition courses at the Handong Global University in Pohang, South Korea, where his department's focus is on teaching academic English in a university context.


	
		
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