Preventing & Detecting Plagiarism: An FE Perspective
Thursday, 24 May 2012 from 11:00 to 15:00 (BST)
Vision West Notts
24th May 2012
** Confirmed Speakers**
Simon Birkett, Derby University
Luke Jenkins, Edexcel
Vision West Notts and turnitin would like to invite you to attend a unique FREE event to learn more about turnitin and how it can be used as an effective tool in addressing plagiarism. It is aimed at new and existing instructors within the further education sector to learn more about the benefits and features of turnitin and share knowledge on how turnitin has been adopted by existing users and awarding bodies.
This event will allow you to discuss the use of turnitin within further education and be able to network and discuss with colleagues who have successfully adopted turnitin to enhance teaching practice and plagiarism prevention.
Representatives of turnitin will be on hand to offer their guidance and expertise.
1045 - 1100 Arrival and Registration
1100 - 1130 Welcome and Housekeeping, Patricia Harman, Deputy Principal: Teaching and
Learning, Vision West Notts & Sam Allan, Turnitin
1130 - 1230 Guest Speakers:
The Awarding Body Perspective - Luke Jenkins, Business Assurance Advisor, Edexcel
The HE Perspective - Simon Birkett, Derby University
1230 - 1330 Lunch
1330 - 1415 Parallel Sessions x 3
Session 1 – 'Introduction to Turnitin for New Users', Sam Allan and Nicola Blackwell,
Session 2 – ‘Approaches to Plagiarism Prevention', Gill Rowell, Turnitin/Plagiarism Advice
Session 3 – ‘Using Turnitin: Q & A', James Robson, Turnitin
1415 - 1500 Case Studies from Turnitin Users
1500 - 1515 Close and Questions
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Please note the deadline for registrations for this event is the 18th May 2012.
We look forward to meeting you at this event.
The turnitin team
When & Where
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.