Bett 2020 kicks off in just one week, meaning educators and edtech providers are gearing up to explore the best products and services the sector has to offer. This year, Turnitin is set to exhibit more of its transformative solutions.
In just 18 months, the company has launched Authorship, the first product to help institutions investigate contract cheating; and Gradescope, a product that has used machine learning to revolutionise the grading process. Following Turnitin’s announcement of its new partnership with Microsoft at the event last year, the team will announce the general availability of its Microsoft Teams integration at Bett 2020.
Armed with Turnitin within Microsoft Teams, teachers can access the most comprehensive plagiarism detection solution alongside their favourite Microsoft apps.
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At 2pm on 22 and 23 of January, and 11am on 24 January at Bett, Turnitin will welcome two special guests from Barnsley College to its stand (Hall N1-19, Stand NM40). Rob Whitehead and Rob Lea will share their experience of Turnitin in Microsoft Teams, touching on Barnsley’s fivefold increase in student engagement, as well as improvements in helping teachers save time.
College representatives will also share tips and insights on how using Turnitin and Microsoft Teams alongside each other has helped teachers prepare students for success in university and beyond, instilling a culture of academic integrity, encouraging critical thinking and strengthening digital literacy.
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