Enhancing Your Teaching with eTools

Monday, 26 August, 2013 - 12:30 to Tuesday, 5 November, 2013 - 14:00

In Fall 2013, CELT will offer the following workshops to introduce you to a range of institutional eTools that support your teaching at HKUST. All faculty members and teaching staff are welcome to join the sessions that are of interest.

About the workshops





Promoting Originality to Your Students with Turnitin**

  • Setting up courses and assignments.
  • Managing courses and students.
  • Building up assignment database.
  • Grading and checking the originality of the assignments.

Tue, 05 Nov 13
12:30 – 2:00

Registration closed.


Facilitators: Rambo LAI and May TSE, CELT
Venue: Room 3037 (via Lift 1)
Target audience: For faculty and teaching staff who have limited or no experience with the tools and are interested in exploring how they can help enhance their teaching. Only a very basic level of web-skill is required.

* Faculty and teaching staff should have attended LMES I or have some basic understanding before attending LMES II.

** Attending the Turnitin workshop is a pre-requisite for faculty and teaching staff who plan to use Turnitin.

Enquiry: June Chan (june.chan@ust.hk or Ext 8917)

About the eTools

Turnitin is an originality checking and anti-plagiarism software that is globally used by millions of students and faculty. Beyond checking the originality of students' work, Turnitin is promoting a writing cycle that makes anti-plagiarism more meaningful to students' learning. The cycle includes originality checking, online grading and providing feedback and peer review. HKUST has subscribed to its service in order to minimize plagiarism issues within HKUST. For more information, please go to http://turnitin.com/