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Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Objective: Students will be able to read independently with purpose (pay attention to punctuation use).

  1. Create a sign-up sheet for meetings.
  1. Read independently/confer with Ms.
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Lesson Plan

Enrol at Hogwarts|3D Printers in Every School|Stop Plagiarism: Tech News Ep18 #guruvision #appguruau #technews #hogwartsishere #makerbot #turnitin

Welcome to this week’s episode of GuruVision Tech News!

James has some great news for you in this week’s episode!

  • Hogwarts School is taking enrolments – yes… really!
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Plagiarism: How To Make Her Story Yours

First, let me plagiarize a few passages about plagiarism and make it sound fresh and original — in a word, MINE.

I’ll take a phrase “Plagiarism is a species of intellectual fraud that an author claims is original but has been copied from another source without permission or acknowledgment, thus deceiving and harming the reader.” Never mind the source. 869 more words


Google Sites as a Collaborative Wiki

Arthur Shelley lectures in Knowledge Driven Performance as part of the MBA program in the College of Business. We caught up over a quick coffee at Pearson and Murphys’ cafe. 883 more words

VITAL 2014 summer upgrade - new features and enhancements

VITAL’s summer upgrade sees new features for 2014-15 including an inline marking tool for work submitted to the Blackboard Assignment facility, much easier management of Group enrolments, and utilities like Qwickly for sending an announcement to multiple modules. 1,354 more words


Not yours for the taking

(Op-ed published by Today, Aug. 1, 2014)

By Trisha Craig

Plagiarism, or taking other people’s words and ideas and passing them off as one’s own, has burst into the news in the past week. 245 more words