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 Wednesday26th March 2014.
The seminar, to be held at the University of New South Wales 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.
Keynote speakers who are prominent experts in their field TBC.
Provisional Programme (Subject to change)
11:00 : 11.15 - Registration
11.15 : 11.35 - Welcome by UNSW
11.35 : 11.45 - Company update, Mark Harnor & Mitchell Bradley
11.45 : 12.30 - Prof. Cath Ellis (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences UNSW) - Doing three things at once: using Grademark to improve the efficiency and the efficacy of marking and feedback.
12.30 : 13.15 - Lunch Tea/Coffee
13.15 : 14.00 - Integrations Roadmap & Q & A
14.05 : 15.05 - Turnitin Update & Roadmap, including Q&A: Mark Harnor and Mitchell Bradley
15.05 : 15.45 - Dr Fiona Martin | Associate Professor | Taxation and Business Law (UNSW) - ‘Using Turnitin to provide educationally sound feedback’
15.45 : 16.00 - Questions, Summary and Close.
We look forward to seeing you there, and if you have any questions please email 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.