ALDIS (Turnitin's reseller) and iParadigms (developers of Turnitin and iThenticate) would like to invite you and your colleagues to a Turnitin User Group in Sydney on Tuesday 1st October 2013.
The seminar, to be held at the University of Sydney, will give you the opportunity to meet current users of the software, who will share their own experiences in addressing plagiarism and implementing Turnitin within their institution.
The session will also give you an invaluable insight into how Turnitin helps to avoid plagiarism and maintain academic integrity.
The event will be chaired by Robyne Lovelock from Aldis. Keynote speakers are prominent experts in their field: Dr Wendy Sutherland Smith, Deakin University, Anuj Bhargava from the University of Auckland and Dr. Connie Price from Curtin University.
12:00 : 12.30 - Registration
12.30 : 12.35 - Welcome: Robyne Lovelock
12.35 : 13.15 - Speaker 1: Dr Wendy Sutherland-Smith, Deakin University
"The challenge of collusion for academic integrity and Turnitin".
13.15 : 13.45 - Speaker 2: Anuj Bhargava, University of Auckland
"Peer tutoring in a 'difficult' physiology course: who is helping who?".
13.45 : 14.05 - Afternoon Tea
14.05 : 15.20 - Turnitin Update & Roadmap, including any product discussions: Will Murray, SVP and Laurie Mcarthur Content Manager, iParadigms LLC
15.20 : 16.00 - Speaker 3: Dr. Connie Price, Curtin University
"The drivers and barriers to adoption of electronic management of assessment".
16.00 : 16.30 - Questions, Summary and Close.
We look forward to seeing you there, and if you have any questions please email Alana Firth at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Turnitin & Plagiarism Advice
International office based in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, Turnitin software and supporting advice and guidance to education providers in the UK and Europe, and host the biennial International Plagiarism Conference.