Shaking Things Up

Shaking Things Up
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Shaking Things Up

05. 07. 2019

Material languages:

English

File content types:

Lecture

File type:

Video

Material authors:

Fishman Teddi

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Teddi Fishman’s Keynote speech about how innovative ideas and approaches ranging from Improvisational Comedy to Behavioral Economics might be applied to the most intransigent academic integrity challenges.

Speech at 2nd international conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond 2015 (10th-11th June 2015, Brno, Czech Republic).

Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q0imkKK2zSI

Length: 22 minutes

Abstract:

We’ve tried promotion, prevention, policing and punishment. We’ve tried deterrence, detection and discipline. Despite our best efforts, we are still often frustrated by the scope, scale, and persistence of integrity challenges in higher education. In her talk, Teddi Fishman, the Director of the International Center for Academic Integrity will suggest how innovative ideas and approaches ranging from Improvisational Comedy to Behavioral Economics might be applied to the most intransigent academic integrity challenges.

Fishman, T. (2015). Shaking Things Up: When What We’ve Always Done has Never Worked, It May be Time to Try Something New . In Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond – Conference Proceedings/2015 (pp. 10-10). Brno: Mendel University. 

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