Teaching Students About Plagiarism: What It Looks Like and How It Is Measured

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Dr. Diana Stout from Davenport University of presents “Teaching Students About Plagiarism: What It Looks Like and How It Is Measured” – Google On Air Webinar Recording presented on June 20th 2013 as part of the Understanding Cheating in Online Courses Massively Open Online Course (MOOC).

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    About Bernard Bull

    I currently serve as Assistant Vice President of Academics (working mainly with adult, continuing and distance education), Associate Professor of Education, and Director of the M.S. in Education – Educational Technology at CUW. My research interests include discipleship in the digital age, the philosophy of Christian education, Christian worldview studies, networked learning, formal and informal online learning environments, online and blended communities of practice, peer-to-peer learning, self-directed learning, digital literacy, and digital citizenship.
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