Magna Online Seminars

How to Detect and Prevent Plagiarism in the Online Classroom


Featured Higher Education Presenter: Errol Craig Sull

The computer has opened the door to an enormous range of online learning opportunities. Unfortunately, with all the benefits comes one unfortunate reality: Online plagiarism is now a serious problem.

The causes behind the increase in online plagiarism show no sign of abating, either. With a shrinking job market, the pressure to generate high grades has never been greater.

To ensure your staff and faculty know to how to prevent and detect this problem, have them attend the audio online seminar How to Detect and Prevent Plagiarism in the Online Classroom. By the end of the seminar, your staff will understand:

  • The most effective techniques for minimizing and detecting plagiarism
  • The root causes of student plagiarism
  • The two forms of online plagiarism
  • The proper way to handle plagiarism once it occurs

Who will benefit from this seminar?

Staff and faculty from community colleges, and public and private colleges and universities should attend, including these key positions:

  • Online instructors
  • Online teaching supervisors
  • Institution presidents
  • Deans
  • Provosts
  • Education directors
  • Human resources personnel

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