The Graduate School invites faculty, graduate TAs and other Duke instructors to a teaching presentation:
Plagiarism has long been a problem for instructors who give writing assignments. The issue is important for online instruction, too. Yet there are ways to reduce plagiarism that also make the writing experience better for both students and instructors. Dr. Cary Moskovitz, Associate Professor of the Practice of Writing and Director, Writing in the Disciplines, in the Thompson Writing Program, will present and discuss some of these methods.
Monday, Nov 11, 2013, 12:00 – 1:30
Perkins Library 217
Register here (lunch provided for those who register by 11/8/2013).
Amy plans, implements and assesses faculty development programs for the improvement of teaching and learning, provides programs and resources designed to increase understanding of the teaching-learning process and manages personnel and other resources for the Center for Instructional Technology. Her interests are in course and program design, curriculum mapping, assessment, engaging teaching strategies for student learning, and e-textbooks, e-readers and open learning materials.
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