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Thursday, June 15 • 2:45pm - 3:35pm
When Digital Learning Goes in the Wrong Direction: Mitigating Cheating and Plagiarism FILLING

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Admit it: when your students go online, there’s a tiny bit of hesitation, a lingering fear, perhaps. The issue isn’t with their ability to navigate the Web with ease, but with their unlimited access to information – information that in turn might lead a few students down the wrong academic path. Cheating and plagiarism issues are a major component of digital citizenship education, and can be


Marie Furmanski

Student, Purdue Northwest
Marie Furmanski is a preservice teacher studying at Purdue University Northwest in Westville, IN. She is excited about science and technology, enjoys exploring project-based learning, and wishes to teach at the elementary or middle school level.

Christy Katschke Katschke

Teacher, River Forest Middle School
I have been a teacher for 11 years. I spent 1 year as a LRE facilitator for grades K-6, 4 years as a 4th grade teacher, and the last 6 years teaching 6th grade math. I have been persuing a masters in technology education at Purdue Northwest and am a technology leiason for River Forest... Read More →
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Anastasia Trekles

Clinical Associate Professor of Instructional Technology, Purdue University / Indiana Connected Educators
Dr. Anastasia Trekles is a Clinical Associate Professor of instructional technology at Purdue University Northwest in Westville, Indiana. Dr. Trekles has an extensive background with educational technology, including design and pedagogical strategies as well as the effective integration... Read More →

Thursday June 15, 2017 2:45pm - 3:35pm CDT