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Published on November 8th, 2017 | by University Communications

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“4 Secrets for Outsmarting Plagiarizers” presentation and webinar

While so-called detection services like Turnitin help catch plagiarism, students are getting better at beating them, using various techniques that you might not know. Whenever Turnitin similarity score percentages seem suspiciously low, it’s handy to know techniques for spotting and addressing plagiarism. There are even measures you can take to plagiarism-proof your assignments!

The Office of Faculty Development and Enrichment invites all faculty to attend “4 Secrets for Outsmarting Plagiarizers” in-person from noon to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, November 29, in Saint Edward Hall, Room 102, and online during the same time. The webinar will be broadcast again from 8 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, November 30.

In this session, you will learn:

  • the mechanics of Turnitin (and other similar detection services);
  • sneaky student techniques to outsmart Turnitin;
  • techniques for catching and addressing sneaky plagiarism in your class; and
  • techniques for plagiarism-proofing your class assignments.

Register for Wednesday, November 29, in-person or online.

Register for Thursday, November 30, online.

Registered in-person attendees will receive a boxed lunch, but should bring their own beverage. In-person registration is capped at 13 people. Registered online attendees will receive a hyperlink to access the webinar in the registration confirmation message. Online registration is capped at 500 people.

For more information, contact the Office of Faculty Development and Enrichment.

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