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2009

Sally Neal

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Success Has Its Challenges Too, Sally Neal, Edward Gonzalez Oct 2009

Success Has Its Challenges Too, Sally Neal, Edward Gonzalez

Sally Neal

Librarians at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) have been involved with the School of Sciences' SCI 120 Learning Communities for First-Year Students since their introduction in 1997. From curriculum development to teaching in the classroom, librarian expertise and experience has been valued and sought out. However, with this success comes challenges. How do we (the science librarians) manage the extensive time commitment required by these courses? How do we streamline the grading of library exercises? How can the instructional team members easily share instructional materials? As the title of the 2004 LOEX conference states, the IUPUI science librarians have been ...


Success Has Its Challenges Too, Sally Neal, Edward Gonzalez Oct 2009

Success Has Its Challenges Too, Sally Neal, Edward Gonzalez

Sally Neal

Librarians at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) have been involved with the School of Sciences' SCI 120 Learning Communities for First-Year Students since their introduction in 1997. From curriculum development to teaching in the classroom, librarian expertise and experience has been valued and sought out. However, with this success comes challenges. How do we (the science librarians) manage the extensive time commitment required by these courses? How do we streamline the grading of library exercises? How can the instructional team members easily share instructional materials? As the title of the 2004 LOEX conference states, the IUPUI science librarians have been ...


You Do What? Librarian Positions Within University/College Teaching And Learning Environments, Sally Neal Oct 2009

You Do What? Librarian Positions Within University/College Teaching And Learning Environments, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

This presentation explored the role of a librarian within a teaching and learning or teaching excellence department at a university. It explored the value of having instructional design and instructional technology staff and librarian support available in one place, working as a team, for a faculty’s teaching improvement and exploration needs.


Turnitin.Com: An Exploration Of A Plagiarism Detection Tool, Sally Neal Oct 2009

Turnitin.Com: An Exploration Of A Plagiarism Detection Tool, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

Presented at the 2004 IOLUG (Indiana Online Users Group) Spring Program, this presentation explored the implementation of the Turnitin.com plagiarism detection tool at the IUPUI: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus. Issues covered included: how the tool detects plagiarism, what it is searching, copyright and privacy concerns, and strengths and weakness of the tool’s detection capabilities.


The Path Not Taken: Two Approaches To Preventing Plagiarism, R. Stocker, R. Halverson, Sally Neal Oct 2009

The Path Not Taken: Two Approaches To Preventing Plagiarism, R. Stocker, R. Halverson, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

This presentation examined definitions of plagiarism, both intentional and unintentional; highlighted academic integrity statistics, both at the national level and on the IUPUI: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus; explored student challenges with citing and paraphrasing; and overviewed the Turnitin.com plagiarism detection tool.


Plagiarism In The Classroom, J. Beasley, Sally Neal Oct 2009

Plagiarism In The Classroom, J. Beasley, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

Presented at the 2006 Indiana University (IU) School of Social Work Fall Faculty Retreat, this presentation focused on plagiarism prevention and detection strategies for IU-affiliated faculty. Instructional strategies to help prevent plagiarism were shared, and the Turnitin plagiarism detection tool was demonstrated and discussed.


Turnitin.Com: An Exploration Of A Plagiarism Detection Tool, Sally Neal Oct 2009

Turnitin.Com: An Exploration Of A Plagiarism Detection Tool, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

Presented at the 2004 IOLUG (Indiana Online Users Group) Spring Program, this presentation explored the implementation of the Turnitin.com plagiarism detection tool at the IUPUI: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus. Issues covered included: how the tool detects plagiarism, what it is searching, copyright and privacy concerns, and strengths and weakness of the tool’s detection capabilities.


You Do What? Librarian Positions Within University/College Teaching And Learning Environments, Sally Neal Oct 2009

You Do What? Librarian Positions Within University/College Teaching And Learning Environments, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

This presentation explored the role of a librarian within a teaching and learning or teaching excellence department at a university. It explored the value of having instructional design and instructional technology staff and librarian support available in one place, working as a team, for a faculty’s teaching improvement and exploration needs.


Plagiarism In The Classroom, J. Beasley, Sally Neal Oct 2009

Plagiarism In The Classroom, J. Beasley, Sally Neal

Sally Neal

Presented at the 2006 Indiana University (IU) School of Social Work Fall Faculty Retreat, this presentation focused on plagiarism prevention and detection strategies for IU-affiliated faculty. Instructional strategies to help prevent plagiarism were shared, and the Turnitin plagiarism detection tool was demonstrated and discussed.