Colleagues are invited to the Learning & Teaching Network session titled ‘Online interactive training module for students introducing academic integrity and how to identify and avoid plagiarism’ taking place on:
Date: Wednesday 13 November
Location: Cornwallis North West Seminar Room 6
Presented by Chloe Courtenay, Senior Tutor, Centre for English and World Languages and Susan Driver, Faculty Learning Technologist
The aim of this project is to develop an online interactive Academic Integrity module to be hosted on the AI website on one platform for students and on another exclusively for staff.
The student module would include guidance about good academic practice and show examples of different types of plagiarism (e.g. copy paste, patchwork, collusion, unintentional, poor use of sources, poor paraphrasing etc.).
The staff module would include examples of different types of plagiarism but would also include interactive questions to identify what kind of poor academic practice is shown in the example. In this way it could function as a training module.
An interactive online module will also be more inclusive for both students and staff as it will comprise, audio-visual as well as written input. The aim is for the online module to be a modern, user-friendly, and visually appealing educational tool.
“In this session we will introduce the student version, show the different activities and explain how the module could be used.”
To confirm your attendance please complete the online booking form.