Turnitin and Plagiarism: More than just detection?
Friday 5th November | Council Chamber
Use of Turnitin is increasing across the University and is being employed in a variety of ways in different schools. This seminar, chaired by Jane Thomas – Deputy Head of the School of Human and Health Sciences and Superintendent of Assessment, will examine how Turnitin fits in with University procedures, the use of Turnitin as a plagiarism checker and its use as a teaching tool, with examples from a number of schools. There will also be an opportunity to work through and interpret some Turnitin reports from anonymised unfair practice cases.
To register for the seminar please email firstname.lastname@example.org Lunch will be provided