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Free webcast series to advance writing skills

Turnitin has launched a free webcast series to help educators teach students the importance of authentic writing and advance their writing skills.
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Turnitin has launched a free webcast series to help educators teach students the importance of authentic writing and advance their writing skills. Each 30-minute webcast features prominent educators discussing topics related to the latest trends and technologies on preserving academic integrity, preventing plagiarism, and improving the quality of student written work.

Interested educators can select a webinar from the list below or view all scheduled and recorded webcasts at: http://pages.turnitin.com/WebcastSchedule.html

Upcoming Webcasts:

March 8 - Virtual World Writing Instruction with Real Classroom Impact
Blending online activities with classroom instruction to enhance the writing instructor’s toolbox of teaching techniques.

March 29 - Bridging the Gap: Coming Together Around the Common Core
How collaborations among secondary education and higher education can help bridge the gap of standards and expectations.

April 5 - Why Students Plagiarize
Sharing insights gained from listening to students’ voices and delving into their behaviors and motivations.

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