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Workshop


  • Description: This workshop for the UP faculty examines the pedagogical issues involved in plagiarism and intellectual dishonesty. Faculty participants will learn to detect plagiarism with the aid of electronic tools and know the legal basis for busting plagiarism and intellectual dishonesty. This workshop will be streamed live to other UP constituent universities.

  • Objectives
    • examine the pedagogical issues involved in plagiarism and intellectual dishonesty
    • learn to detect plagiarism with the aid of electronic tools
    • know the legal basis for busting plagiarism and intellectual dishonesty.

  • Methodology: panel discussion from different fields; use of detection tools

  • Stream and Feedback



  • Program (Monday, 27 Sept 2010, 2-5pm, DILC)
TIME TOPICS RESOURCE PERSONS
2:00-2:45pm Definitional and Legal Issues:

Elements of plagiarism, examples from different domains (slides in pdf, video presentationVideoicon.png)

Vyva Aguirre

Dean, School of Library and Information Studies

2:45-3:30pm Pedagogical Prevention of Plagiarism:

Steps teachers can do to help prevent plagiarism in class (slides in pdf, video presentationVideoicon.png)

Dina Ocampo

Dean, College of Education

3:30-3:45pm Break / Intermission NIMBB Ensemble (aka "Error Prone") - string trio
3:45-4:30pm Tools Available and Methodological Issues in Busting Plagiarism:

Use of certain tools to detect and substantiate instances of plagiarism (slides in pdf, video presentationVideoicon.png)

Cedric Festin

Associate Professor, Computer Science

4:30-5:00pm Open Forum / Demo




  • Pre-Workshop Assignment for Residential Participants
    • What are your expectations from the workshop?
    • Please formulate 3 questions that you want the resource persons to address.
    • If you got hold of materials that you think are plagiarized, please remove personal identifiers and send these materials to us (dilc@up.edu.ph). We may use them for instructional purposes.
    • Read the Suggested Readings below.

Related Issues

  1. Collaboration. "Real world" jobs require people to work together. Shouldn't students start "collaborating" in school? How or when does collaboration become "cheating"?
  2. Knowledge and skills assessment. Which methods of assessment discourage cheating? Are exams, term papers effective in the assessment of students' knowledge?
  3. Intellectual dishonesty and licenses (copyright, Creative Commons, open source). Certain licenses encourage "copying" but certainly not cheating.
  4. What courses of action at various levels (department, college, university) are due to address plagiarism and intellectual dishonesty?

Suggested Readings


State of Affairs


Codes


Discussions

Post-Workshop Activities


Cases


Links


See Also


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