Epigeum are happy to announce that Avoiding Plagiarism is now available as a French language version following the success of the updated course after its launch last year and a German language version in early 2015. Epigeum are pleased to be expanding the reach of this course, allowing it to be used more widely across European universities and colleges and making this available to a greater number of students to incorporate into their studies and personal development.
Avoiding Plagiarism is a 60 minute course, used by students across all disciplines and will support their studies, teaching them how to avoid plagiarism by correctly using citations and references.
Epigeum CEO Terry Sweeney said on the new translation:
Feedback from the English-language version of Avoiding Plagiarism confirms students value the course. 96% of previous users stated Avoiding Plagiarism was effective in improving their understanding of plagiarism, and 85% of students rated the quality of the course as ‘high’ or ‘very high’.
We are hosting a free webinar in French on the 1st October 2015 January at 11am CET/10am GMT. This will be hosted by Claire Itani who was responsible for reviewing the material for this course. Please sign up here if you are interested in attending this webinar.
Wendy Harbottle, Head of Academic Partnerships at Epigeum, would be delighted to provide free trial access for any institutions interested in learning more about and its crucial role in ensuring the academic integrity of your students.