Turnitin's 2015 Plagiarism Education Week conference examines how current global trends are affecting our values, especially those related to education, and proposes strategies on how we can address these challenges. Educational experts, passionate educators, and Turnitin All-Stars will share their perspectives, lessons, and research.
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Plagiarism Education Week Archives
2014: Webcasts On-Demand
Featuring Jake Orlowitz, Wikipedia
During this session, you'll gain insight into Wikipedia's founding pillars, the free knowledge movement, and Wikipedia's own internal debates and challenges, particularly when used in an educational setting.
Featuring Stephen Fox, University of Hawaii, Maui College
The problem of pupils plagiarizing papers plagues professors pervasively. While students express comprehension, their product is often transgression. This session will illustrate how to reduce student plagiarism through analyzing the works of Dr. Seuss.
Featuring Teddi Fishman, International Center for Academic Integrity
This session will identify strategies for helping students learn to make informed choices about academic integrity and suggest ways to make the best use of teachable moments"when they choose incorrectly.
Featuring Linda Friedrich, Ph.D.
This session discusses how students use technology to write and highlights how the National Writing Project is working with teachers to help students build critical research skills and writing abilities.
Tweets from the French Revolution? Using What Students Know to Promote Original Work and Critical Thinking
Featuring Daniel Velasco, Ph.D.
This session demonstrates the power of connecting students to what is familiar in order to create new knowledge and stimulate critical thinking skills.
Featuring Dr. Bryan Alexander, National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education
This presentation surveys trendlines in education and technology, and examines the crisis of higher education, as shown in the findings from an ongoing research initiative.
Featuring Audrey Wick, Blinn College
This session discusses how instructors and institutions can decrease plagiarism, increase student accountability, and improve critical thinking through contextualized examples.
Featuring Jennifer Schroeder, Millikin University
This session illustrates how instructors can help incoming college students' understanding of plagiarism evolve as they craft their first college research papers.
Featuring Dave Tomar, Author of "The Shadow Scholar"
In this session, we discuss increased reliance on academic ghostwriters to help students with their written assignments—across educational levels and disciplines.
2013: Webcasts On-Demand
Featuring Jason Stephens, Author
Hosted by Stephens, author of "Educating Citizens" and "Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity," we explore the disconnect between moral understanding and motivation by looking at plagiarism from the student perspective.
Featuring Renee Swensen, Saddleback College
We examine the Top Five types of plagiarism (both intentional and unintentional), highlighting specific examples from a recent survey and presenting strategies for improving student awareness.
Featuring Lynn Lampert, California State University
Author Lynn Lampert provides useful tools to combat the copy/paste culture. Instructors of all levels will leave with effective plagiarism teaching tools, from lesson plans to rubrics.
Featuring Teresa Fishman, director of ICAI
This webcast examines how institutions are using academic integrity policies to successfully guide student academic conduct in a time when the classroom and instruction is rapidly changing.