Turnitin for automatic referencing feedback - 25 October, 11:00-12:30, Blackboard Collaborate
This virtual session will explore the use of Turnitin to generate Originality Reports which can be used to help students and staff ensure that sources included in academic papers have been referenced correctly. The session will be hands on and focus on both understanding Turnitin reports themselves, and how to effectively set up and use Turnitin assignments in your Blackboard site.

You will be asked to complete a pre-session activity in which you will have the opportunity to submit a piece of writing of your choice which will form the basis for interpreting an actual Originality Report during the session itself. Details will be sent out ahead of the session you have signed up to.

In order to use the audio and voice options available during this session you will need a headset (or headphones/speakers and a microphone); if you do not have a microphone you can communicate with the participants and moderators using the text-chat option.

Thursday 25 October 2012, 11:00-12:30
Blackboard Collaborate - a link to the Collaborate session will be emailed to you in advance of the session.
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