Session Type: Virtual Event
Intended Audience: This workshop is for faculty looking for a way to ensure academic integrity on written work.
Ensuring academic integrity is one of the biggest challenges facing faculty today. Learn how Turnitin can help meet that challenge and create better writers.
Turnitin is Purdue’s plagiarism detection tool, and offers a robust set of features to detect academic dishonesty. This online workshop will cover how to deploy Turnitin to check student submissions in Brightspace, how to read the Turnitin Similarity Score and report, and some best practices for using it with your students to prevent plagiarism.
- See examples of best practices for preventing plagiarism
- Know how to scaffold assignments to best take advantage of Turnitin
- Know how to set up Turnitin for an assignment in Brightspace
- Understand how Turnitin’s Similarity Score is calculated
This is a 50 minute online session. To register for this free session, click the +Add to Cart button of the section you wish to attend and note the WebEx connection information.
Purdue University is committed to creating a campus that is fully accessible to all and to eliminating barriers for people with disabilities. To request an accommodation for this session, please email us at TLT@purdue.edu.