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(Not So) Rough Drafts

Finding a technology tool to remedy a writing iteration problem. GUEST COLUMN | by Susan Van Doren I like to imagine an ideal world in which I would be able to sit side-by-side with each student in my class at … Continue reading

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A Simple Formula

Education is not rocket science. It’s harder. GUEST COLUMN | by Elijah Mayfield Software developers working in education want to help teachers. There’s a lot of software out there that aims to fulfill this goal in the classroom, but the … Continue reading

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The Plagiarism Spectrum

Preventing plagiarism in the Digital Age GUEST COLUMN | by Jason Chu Summer 2012 was awash in breaking news of journalistic misconduct, punctuated with the exposure of Jonah Lehrer’s and Fareed Zakaria’s acts of plagiarism (for a full review of … Continue reading

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Interview | The Original Chris Caren

Chris Caren is the President and CEO of Turnitin, a company dedicated to originality checking and plagiarism prevention. Chris joined iParadigms, the company behind Turnitin, in 2009 as President and Chief Executive Officer. His career has focused on software businesses … Continue reading

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