Institutional Policies and Procedures for Managing Student Plagiarism
(With apologies for cross posting)
ASKe (Assessment Standards Knowledge exchange) is delighted to announce its Sixth Plagiarism event will be held in conjunction with the Higher Education Academy (HEA) as follows:
Date: Thursday 14 June 2012
Time: 9.45am - 4.30pm
Venue: Wheatley Campus, Oxford Brookes University
Fee: £65 early bird (before Easter); £85 thereafter
Registration: Form available at at www.brookes.ac.uk/aske
Enquiries to: Nicola Ranjit at firstname.lastname@example.org
This one day event will explore current issues and strategies for managing student plagiarism in higher education. It will focus on developing institutional approaches, policies and practice. There will be opportunities to discuss current concerns, share good practice and consider valuable developments.
Dr Tricia Bertram Gallant, Academic Integrity Co-ordinator, University of California, USA
Step One – Create a Policy. Step Two – Now What Do We Do?
Dr Bertram Gallant is editor of Creating the Ethical Academy: A Systems Approach to Understanding Misconduct and Empowering Change in Higher Education (2010) and author of Academic Integrity in the Twenty-First Century: A Teaching and Learning Imperative (2008)
Peter Hartley, Professor of Education Development, University of Bradford
Envisioning a world without plagiarism: the impact of programme assessment strategies
· Developing institutional approaches and practice
· Institutional policies and the Plagiarism Reference Tariff
· Effectively using text-matching software
· International perspectives
There will be a range of workshops, as well as a plenary and panel session.
Do you have any burning questions? We will do our best to ensure your issue is addressed and please note there is a panel session on the day.
If you wish to showcase your work or have online or printed resources that you wish to display, please let me, Nicola Ranjit, know at email@example.com
Who should attend?
Senior managers, those working in academic registry or quality enhancement areas, student services managers, student support professionals, education developers, academic conduct officers, lecturers, anyone with an interest in student plagiarism.
Venue and travel
Taking into account your feedback from last year, we are pleased to host the event at our Wheatley Campus in order to take advantage of the excellent facilities including lecture theatre and workshop rooms in our Postgraduate Centre in the Faculty of Business (http://www.brookes.ac.uk/about/findus). We therefore encourage car sharing and planning your travel in good time. Please note details on the registration form regarding car parking and taxis.
Feedback from Plagiarism Event 2011
'I'd like to congratulate you on putting on such a fantastic conference. The atmosphere was really buzzing and good for networking, and I came away with some new ideas and lots of enthusiasm.'
'Last Thursday's meeting was very enjoyable; we will certainly be reviewing the means by which we educate students about academic integrity.'
'Please keep running this event.'
'Stimulating and participative day, many thanks.'
Professor Margaret Price
Director Pedagogy Research Centre, including ASKe
Faculty of Business, Room N413
Oxford Brookes University
Oxford OX33 1HX
t. 01865 485944
f. 01865 485830
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