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Slides for SDSU CTL event, Feb 17, 2011, on supports for improving student writing.

Slides for SDSU CTL event, Feb 17, 2011, on supports for improving student writing.

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  • Issues Tools Course & Activity Designs Curricular & System Support Instructor Support Student Support Sentence-level errors Higher-level writing outcomes  Formatting, citations & references Plagiarism, paper mills, ghost writers
  • Turnitin: Citations & Plagiarism
    • OriginalityCheck tool
    • http://turnitin.com/static/community/ instructors.php - :25-1:16
  • Turnitin: Higher level writing outcomes
    • GradeMark tool – may facilitate quicker, more comprehensive feedback from instructor
    • PeerMark tool – give students additional feedback as well as a more critical lens to view their own writing
  • Turnitin: Sentence-Level Errors
    • GradeMark & PeerMark may help
    • eRater tool to be added to GradeMark this summer
  • Turnitin follow-up
    • Turnitin User Event – March 2nd
    • Learning 2.0 workshops, 1:15-3 pm, AH 1109
      • 3/22: OriginalityCheck
      • 4/26: PeerMark & GradeMark
    • Turnitin webinars
    • ITS support
  • Instructor & student support
    • “ Faculty and staff will need to receive workload support in the form of training, teaching assistance and/or assigned time to continue to develop and explore creative course designs” - Nola
    • “ Some students and faculty complained about the amount of time and patience it took for them to use these programs” - Nola
    • “ students who most needed to [use] the extra help were the least likely to use the resources” - Paul
  • Curricular & system support
    • “ Developing professional writing competence is a complex process that takes time and the support of a culture or community that values writing and creativity” - Nola
    • “ [Use] online writing support software programs to develop coordinated, systemic approaches that facilitate professional writing development for faculty and students throughout their academic careers” – Nola
    • “ The scope could, at least at first, be limited to targeted GE classes as part of a GE writing competency assessment.” - Paul
  • Issues Tools Course & Activity Designs Curricular & System Support Instructor Support Student Support Sentence-level errors Higher-level writing outcomes  Formatting, citations & references Plagiarism, paper mills, ghost writers