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FREE 30-MINUTE WEBCASTS
WRITING in the DIGITAL AGE
Don't miss these FREE 30-Minute Webcasts created for busy educators to stay current on how to preserve academic integrity, improve the quality of written work across the curriculum, and promote student success in writing.
Thursday, September 6: Hurry to Register!
Featuring Dawn Lewis, Co-Chair of the English Professional Learning Council
Learn the process taken by the EPLC when they partnered with secondary and higher ed communities to develop Common Core-aligned rubrics for English Language Arts. Attendees are eligible to receive a free copy of the CCSS-aligned rubrics.
Thursday, September 13
Featuring Shelly Vasquez, Director of Educational Collaboration for IEBC
Join a lively discussion on how Common Core-aligned rubrics can bridge the gap between K-12 and higher education standards, effect outcomes, and promote student success. Attendees are eligible to receive a free copy of the CCSS-aligned rubrics.
Thursday, September 20
Featuring Ray Huang, Survey Developer and Analyst at Turnitin
Discover the findings from nearly 900 instructors on the various types of plagiarism they encounter, and the frequency and problematic nature of each type. Attendees are eligible to receive a free infographic poster depicting the Plagiarism Spectrum.
Thursday, September 27
Featuring David Wangaard, Executive Director of The School for Ethical Education
As a follow-up to The Plagiarism Spectrum, this webcast will discuss how to use academic integrity policies to engage faculty and students so they learn to avoid the various types of plagiarism. Attendees are eligible to enter a drawing for a free copy of David's book, "Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity."
Thursday, October 4
Featuring Sheree Keller, Student Teacher Evaluator, BYU Idaho
This webcast will share findings from a collaborative board of university faculty and district superintendents in their efforts to align how teachers are trained to do their job and how they are evaluated in their work.
Thursday, October 11
Featuring Renee Bangerter, English Professor at Saddleback College
Discover the results from an analysis of 11 million instructor marks left on student papers and the implications this data suggests regarding effective feedback. Attendees are eligible to receive a free word cloud graphic of the study results.