Responding to Plagiarism (LPC)

Plagiarism matters to educators because acts of plagiarism can undermine the student learning outcomes that they have for their courses. In this workshop, participants will explore the potential causes of plagiarism and consider how to approach plagiarism as an opportunity for teaching and learning. Faculty will become familiar with relevant research on the topic, and leave with concrete classroom strategies for responding effectively to plagiarism.   
 Presented by Adam Steele (CDM) and Jen O’Brien (TLA)
Lunch will be provided.

Friday, February 28, 2014 at 12:00pm to 2:00pm

Student Center (Lincoln Park), 313
2250 N Sheffield Ave

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Christina Rivers

Christina Rivers left a positive review 2/27/2014

The workshop was very helpful, as are the materials posted on line. However, its title was a bit misleading, as the session focussed more on prevention than response.

I also think it would have helped to have a member of the Univ. Integrity Board as a presenter. We were fortunate to have a former member in the group, but would have been nice to have more structured inclusion of a board member.

It also might help to have breakouts or discussion of the big differences between disciplines.

But again, overall, it was quite helpful, between "great" and "meh".

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