Liz Johnson


Liz Johnson is Project Manager for Special Projects with Advanced Learning Technologies, a unit of the Board of Regents of the Univeristy System of Georgia (USG). She has worked in distance learning administration for twelve years and with the University System of Georgia for six years. She has managed the USG's Plagiarism Project for four years starting with a pilot of Turnitin in spring 2004. Twenty-one USG institutions now license Turnitin. USG conducts an annual survey of Turnitin usage and recently concluded a two part webcast series on plagiarism detection for the system.

EDUCAUSE Publications

  • Managing Intellectual Property for Distance Learning
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    Managing permissions for hundreds of pieces of intellectual property (IP) can be a daunting task for any course, but it is vital in distance learning courses because of legal implications specific to the online environment.

EDUCAUSE Presentations