Real-life example: Lesson about educating plagiarism deterrence to international students

Real-life example: Lesson about educating plagiarism deterrence to international students
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Real-life example: Lesson about educating plagiarism deterrence to international students

27. 07. 2019

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 academic integrity within Erasmus+ project.

It is a ready-to-use case study accompanied with didactic notes and discussion questions and/or other tasks for the audience. Find more case studies in ENAI database of educational materials.

  • Target audience A: Academics, course leaders, plagiarism prevention officers, and Post-graduate students
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  • Target audience B: Undergraduate students
    • In the presentation the slides related to this audience are marked by icon
  • Summary: Information about (innovative) form of assessment was not provided in an unambiguous and universally understandable form. It was misunderstood by an international student with a different cultural background.
  • Learning outcomes for audience A:
    • Think about formulating clear instruction about plagiarism deterrence considering students from different backgrounds, culture and countries.
    • Take-away messages:
      • Rules and requirements should be stated clearly.
      • Be careful how you put into practice good ideas.
  • Learning outcome for audience B:
    • In an open-book test knowledge application (rather than copying notes) is required.
  • Length: 45 minutes

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