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Plagiarism: Why students do it and how you can help
Date: Thursday 11 February
This webinar will take place at 15:30 EST; 10:30 PST; 20:30 GMT. How often do you have to deal with plagiarism in your classes? Plagiarism is a major issue for teachers everywhere, and there aren’t a lot of resources available to help students develop the skills needed to avoid it. This session will include research on plagiarism and offer skill-based solutions.
Jeanne Lambert has 20 years of ESL classroom, teacher training, and materials writing experience. She has taught at Columbia University, City University of New York (CUNY), and The New School, specializing in academic writing and English for Academic Purposes. She has worked as an ESL Methods Practicum instructor and currently teaches academic writing at The New School. She is the series editor of Final Draft, an academic writing series by Cambridge University Press.
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