Detecting plagiarism is not always easy, but in some cases it is obvious -- especially for instructors who have become familiar with their students' work. For example, an instructor acquainted with a student's writing style and participation in classroom discussion may find something fishy about specialized vocabulary, scholarly language or terms of expression out of character for that student. Tips on detecting plagiarism.
Teaching and Assessment Resources
Assessment Resources including the Course Assessment Matrix, "How to Use the Course Assessment Matrix," Plan for Assessment and Use of Assessment are located in the S: Drive via the Staff Portal.
Also, the Information Literacy Tutorial, a tutorial provided by LRTC staff, is helpful to make the most of all that's available through PTC's LRTC.
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Useful Teaching Links
-- Authentic Assessment Resources from the ERIC Clearinghouse on Assessment and Evaluation
-- Authentic Assessment Toolbox (Jon Mueller, author)
-- Prince George Community College assessment examples
-- Winona State Academic resources
-- Colorado Community Colleges Online Teaching Resources
MnSCU's Center for Teaching and Learning Resources
For those faculty members new to D2L, MnSCU's Center for Teaching and Learning offers these tutorials.
Online Learning Resources
-- Case studies from SUNY-Buffalo in Math, Science and Health courses
-- Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL)
-- Just-in-Time Teaching (JITT) -- Physics
-- Just-in-Time Teaching (JITT) -- Physics - Sampler
-- VOD casts
-- Rubrics for Web Lessons (from San Diego State Univ.)