Thursday, February 01, 2007

Wed. Feb. 7th Faculty Preview of Student Plagiarism Workshop

Ethical and correct use of sources in course work continue to be topics of concern. CCCOnline will be offering two live, student workshops on Wednesday, February 14th, with a repeat session Wednesday, March 14th – the time is noon – 12:45 on each of those days.

Avoiding Plagiarism Potholes will last for 45 minutes and intends to communicate with students about three key issues: what it is, the consequences, and basic practices to avoid plagiarism in using sources created by others (Best Practices includes resources).

You are invited to the faculty preview of the session this coming Wednesday, Feb. 7th at noon to provide feedback on this trial run, and to see if you would like to recommend it to your students.

Here are the details:

Meeting Name:Faculty Review of Avoiding Plagiarism Potholes
Start Date and Time:02/07/2007 12:00 MSTEnd Date and Time:02/07/2007 13:00MST

Attendees may join this meeting up until this time. The meeting will remain in session until the last person leaves.Public MeetingThis is a public meeting and will be displayed on the public schedule page. Attendees may join by using the following link: may add this meeting to their scheduling application with the following link:

Meeting Password:This is an open meeting. Attendees don't require a password to join.


Teleconferencing Instructions:

Welcome :)

To participate in this conference you will need to have downloaded the Elluminate software, have internet connection other than dial-up, have speakers for this session; a mic is optional. This session requires no password and has seats available on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you cannot get access when you come online, and it is very near conference time opening, this may be the reason.

If this is the first time you will be using Elluminate, you may be prompted to download some software which may take anywhere from 2 to 20 minutes depending upon your Internet connection speed. You can pre-configure your system with the required software by going to the support page located at:

If you need technical help during the session, feel free to call 303.918.7303.

Thanks for joining this session!

Best, Alice

No comments: