'Zombies in the Academy' Inside Higher Ed Whelan, lecturer in sociology at the University of Wollongong; Walker, lecturer in academic writing at the University of Wollongong; and Moore, lecturer in media and communication at Deakin University,...
This resource includes a diagnostic test which can be used for an intervention to help first year Higher Education students develop skills for Academi (http://t.co/5SCr9D2yc9 Academic Integrity Diagnostic...
"Compared with how academic research was carried out in the pre-internet era, It seems like technology is really a godsend gift to researchers. From easy and unlimited access to journal articles to web tools that do the referencing and auto-syncing, everything has been digitized making it way easier for todays researchers to add to the body of the human knowledge than any time in history."
The seed ye sow, another reaps; The wealth ye find, another keeps; The robes ye weave, another wears; The arms ye forge, another bears- Percy Bysshe The first time I got published, I was in form three.
The South African Review of Sociology has retracted a 1989 paper by an author who must have figured the source -- a 1975 article -- was sufficiently well removed from institutional memory to catch anyone's eye.
Faculty members learn that academic integrity is more than stopping cheaters Penn State News For many, the term "academic integrity" may be synonymous with preventing cheating, but a recent workshop on campus showed faculty there's more to creating...
Nancy Flood, chair of TRU's Academic Integrity Committee, believes that the Orientation oath and other activities that raise awareness and understanding of academic integrity are fundamental in helping students avoid ...
Are you interested in promoting academic integrity and resisting the practice of plagiarism in your classroom?
As a follow-up to the "Plagiarism Spectrum" webcast, this session will focus on how to use academic integrity policies as a way to engage faculty and students—-via structured discussion and instructor-led activities—-to learn how to avoid the different types of plagiarism. Examples for specific activities will be presented along with links to additional resources.
Attendees are eligible to enter a drawing for a free copy of David's book, "Creating a Culture of Academic Integrity."
Date: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Time: 10:00am PT / 11:00am MT / 12:00 noon CT / 1:00pm ET View Local Time
As educators, we often assume that students understand plagiarism and they understand how to avoid it. But, do they? And do we discuss it enough? or design our courses in a way that avoids the greatest pitfalls of plagiarism?
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