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EDUCATION WEBINAR

OVERCOMING ACADEMIC DISHONESTY

The secret to turning students into digital citizens

7th OCTOBER 2020

11AM (BST)

As teaching transitions to online faster than many institutions had intended, educators are
facing new challenges in maintaining academic integrity. 

However, a major challenge for students, regardless of their learning setting, is being able to develop strong digital literacy skills. This can lead to unintentional cheating.

Join our live webinar as our expert guests discuss how to not only identify, but also to help students avoid plagiarising while learning remotely, and in blended programmes.

WE WILL COVER:

  • Digital literacy and independent research
  • Accidental plagiarism
  • Nurturing confident, responsible and independent digital citizens
  • Best preparing students for the next steps in their academic career

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GUEST SPEAKERS

Lasse Nielsen

Lasse is a Dane working in the Czech Republic. He is in charge of Academic Honesty at the Ostrava International School and works with some truly dedicated teachers to uphold the academic integrity of all students. Lasse has worked in all levels of education, from Pre-K to High School, and is currently teaching Humanities, Design, and Theory of Knowledge in the Middle Years and High School IB program.

Nicola Blackwell

Nicola is Turnitin’s Territory Manager for Secondary and Further education across the UK & Europe. Leading a team of consultants who are all focussed on one thing: supporting educators in their quest to support student attainment, achieve feedback and marking efficiencies for teachers, and ensure academic integrity across the institution. Having worked at Turnitin for over nine years, Nicola is passionate about helping teachers and students, making a difference to their everyday lives through Turnitin solutions.

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Used in 98% of UK universities, Turnitin has been a partner for higher education in the UK for over 15 years. Our journey has taken us from plagiarism detection to academic integrity, evolving to support new and emerging misconduct threats.

We are committed to continuing to collaborate with you to address current and future issues facing the sector.

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