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The University’s current contract with Turnitin ends in 2021, and an RFP was required for any new contract for a plagiarism detection tool (PDT). While that process is ongoing, a revision has been made to the syllabus language required with the use of the University’s PDT. For several years Turnitin has been integrated into Quercus […]
Following consultation with tri-campus groups of faculty, staff and senior administrators with regards to the future of learning analytics at U of T, in 2021 the OVPIE published a Strategy Paper which includes a framework to guide our learning analytics capacity development. In this context, learning analytics are understood as “the measurement, collection, and analysis […]