Turnitin’s Fall Webcasts Help Educators Improve Their Feedback
Popular series has sessions on Common Core rubrics for middle schools, identifying sophisticated plagiarists when evaluating student writing, and iPad® grading app
OAKLAND, Calif. (Aug 21, 2013) -- Turnitin, the leader in originality checking and online grading, today announced its new schedule of webcasts to help educators advance student writing skills. The weekly series is a continuation of the popular
30-Minute Webcast series, which started in Spring 2012 and has attracted more than 8,000 attendees.
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"Educators find these webcasts a quick way to learn about the latest technology trends and best practices to improve student writing,” said Jason Chu, senior education director at Turnitin. “We’ve gathered thought leaders to share their experiences and introduce pedagogy on how to provide students with an environment to successfully learn better writing skills."
Upcoming webcasts include:
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