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Reālās dzīves piemērs: Komandas cieņa

Reālās dzīves piemērs: Komandas cieņa

30. 06. 2019

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Document, Presentation
Šis dokuments apraksta reālās dzīves piemēru, kas demonstrē akadēmiskā godīguma vērtību nozīmi profesionālajā darbībā. Tas ir daļa no Rīkkopas starpnozaru sadarbībai akadēmiskā...

Plagiarism prevention – What can librarians do?

25. 06. 2019

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Presentation, Zip file
We invite library staff (and staff from other research support services) to reflect, discuss and get to know their (potential) role regarding plagiarism prevention. Libraries may contribute already...
Real life example: Team esteem

Real life example: Team esteem

19. 06. 2019

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Document, Presentation
This document is a real life example illustrating importance of the values of academic integrity in professional life. It was created as a part of Toolkit for cross-sector cooperation in terms of...

Где граница плагиата

11. 06. 2019

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Presentation
Slides for the workshop about the gray area between plagiarism and good citation practices
Where is the borderline of plagiarism?

Where is the borderline of plagiarism?

11. 06. 2019

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Presentation
Slides for the workshop about the grey area between plagiarism and good citation practices. Structure of the workshop:  Examples of plagiarism Definitions of plagiarism and academic...
Where is the borderline between poor academic practice and plagiarism?

Where is the borderline between poor academic practice and plagiarism?

22. 06. 2018

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Document
The exercise is intended to be used in the context of a learning unit on academic writing, referencing, academic integrity or introducing research skills. The students should read the eight...

Criteria for Evaluating the Severity of Plagiarism

21. 06. 2018

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Document
Papers presented with intertextually incorrect passages must, first, be judged by decision makers and be identified as plagiarism. The next step would be the clarification of the severity of such a...
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European Network for Academic Integrity was supported by the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project 2016-1-CZ01-KA203-023949.