Institutional Policies and Procedures for Managing Student Plagiarism
- Oxford Brookes University
- 25 May 2010 00:00
This one day event will explore current issues in dealing with cases of student plagiarism. It wil focus on the institutional rather than the pedagogic aspects of student plagiarism, inlcuding issues around implementing policies and addressing students' concerns. There will be opportunities to share good practice and to hear how others have developed procedures in line with the changing demands of higher education.
Topics covered will include:
- student complaints about plagiarism
- evaluating institutional policies
- national and local initiatives
- text matching software
- online academic skills teaching
Who should attend?
- Senior managers
- those with responsibility for quality assurance
- student support professionals
- anyone with an interest in institutional policies and procedures.
- Robert Behrens (The Independent adjudicator, Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education): Learning from student plagiarism complaints
- Professor Ranald Macdonald FSEDA FHEA NTF, (professor of Academic Development & Head of Strategic Development, Sheffield Hallam University): I'd love to promote a culture of honesty and students' pride in their work. However........
There will be a choice between 3 workshop sessions both morning and afternoon, as well as a stuctured networking opportunity.
The cost of the day including lunch is £45. Please download a registration form from the website.