ENAI Conference 2013

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Conference Programme

Wednesday 12th June 2013
8:00 9:00 Registration
Keynote presentations
K1 Room Q02 Session Chair: Tomas Foltynek
9:00 9:05 Tomáš Foltýnek Mendel University in Brno Opening the conference
9:05 9:10 Ladislav Havel Vice-rector of Mendel University in Brno Welcome
9:10 9:40 Tracey Bretag Director: Global Experience, University of South Australia Exemplary Academic Integrity Project: Key lessons for Australia, Europe and Beyond
9:40 10:10 Jude Carroll Education consultant What we can and cannot learn from each other about managing plagiarism
10:10 10:30 Jiří Janoušek IS4U Anton: How Mendel University fights with plagiarism? A success story.
10:30 11:00 Coffee break
 
Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integrity
A1 Room Q02 Session Chair: Jude Carroll
11:00 11:20 Stephen Gow University of York A comparison of the Chinese and British cultural concepts of plagiarism by Chinese Master’s graduates of UK institutions who have returned to work in China
11:20 11:40 Stella-Maris Orim, Erik Borg, Isabella Awala-Ale Coventry University Students’ experience of institutional intervention on plagiarism: Nigerian case
11:40 12:00 Erja Moore Karelia University of Applied Sciences Sloppy referencing and plagiarism in students’ theses
 
A2 Room Q15 Session Chair: Trudy Sommers
11:00 12:00 Trudy Somers Northcentral University Workshop: Academic dishonesty and extenuating circumstances in the global classroom
12:00 13:00 Lunch
 
Keynote presentations
K2 Room Q02 Session Chair: Catherine Demoliou
13:00 13:30 Gill Rowell Turnitin academic advisor Journey in plagiarism and academic integrity in the UK over the past 10 years
13:30 14:00 Debora Weber-Wulff University of Applied Sciences, HTW Berlin Plagiarism in German Doctoral Dissertations : Before and beyond zu Guttenberg
 
Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
B1 Room Q02 Session Chair: Linas Stabingis
14:00 14:20 Adrian Lee University of York Assessing the Value of an Holistic Use of Turnitin to Promote Academic Integrity
14:20 14:40 Sivasubramaniam Shiva Das Nottingham Trent University Electronic plagiarism detection software as self-teaching tool for plagiarism avoidance in Bioscience undergraduates
14:40 15:00 Rui Sousa-Silva Aston University / Universidade do Porto Investigating Academic Plagiarism: A Forensic Linguistics Approach to Plagiarism Detection
 
Workshop Session
B2 Room Q15 Session Chair: Tracey Bretag
14:00 15:00 Tracey Bretag, Gill Rowell, Teddi Fishman University of South Australia Workshop: Academic integrity in higher education: A global perspective
 
15:00 15:30 Coffee break Poster Exhibition Session Chair: Tomas Foltynek
 
Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
C1 Room Q02 Session Chair: Krzysztof Jóźwik
15:30 15:50 Sharon Flynn National University of Ireland, Galway Teaching staff concerns about academic integrity and their implications for staff development
15:50 16:10 Tomáš Foltýnek, Jiří Rybička, Catherine Demoliou Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel university in Brno Do students think what teachers think about plagiarism?
16:10 16:30 David Dalton, Robert Craig Petroleum Institute Understanding first year undergraduate student perceptions of copying and plagiarism: Developing a platform for a culture of honest inquiry and academic construction of knowledge.
 
Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integrity
C2 Room Q15 Session Chair: Debora Weber-Wulff
15:30 15:50 Julia Fallon, Neil Wellman Cardiff Metropolitan University International students’ attitudes and behaviours regarding unfair practices: an empirical study of MBA students
15:50 16:10 Blanka Farková Jan Amos Komensky University Prague Intertextuality in Student Works – Comparison of Results of the Swedish and the Czech Study
16:10 16:30 Angelika Kokkinaki, Catherine Demoliou and Melpo Iacovidou University of Nicosia Students Perceptions on Plagiarism and Relevant Policies in Cyprus Universities
 
16:30 17:30 Free time
17:30 18:30 Sightseeing tram tour in Brno city center
18:30 23:00 Conference dinner
 
 
Thursday 13th June 2013
Keynote debate
K3 Room Q02 Session Chair: Irene Glendinning
9:00 9:20 Irene Glendinning Coventry University Project IPPHEAE
9:20 10:10 Jude Carroll vs. Debora Weber-Wulff Lively debate
10:10 10:30 Coffee break
 
National and local responses to plagiarism
D1+E1 Room Q02 Session Chair: Angelika Kokkinaki
10:30 10:50 Ľuboš Lunter, Daniel Jakubík, Šimon Suchomel, Michal Brandejs Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk University Inter-university Cooperation on Plagiarism Detection Systems in Czech Republic
10:50 11:10 Eckhard Burkatzki, Joost Platje TU Dresden – International Institute Zittau Cultural differences regarding expected utilities and costs of plagiarism in high trust- and low-trust-societies – preliminary results of an international survey study
11:10 11:30 Aurelija Novelskaite, Raminta Pucetaite Institute of Sociology, Lithuanian Social Research Center Plagiarism in Lithuanian academia: formal definition and informal attitude
11:30 11:50 Julius Kravjar, Juraj Noge Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technic Strategies and responses to plagiarism in Slovakia
11:50 12:10 Anna Michalska Coventry University Students and staff voices on zu Guttenberg s case and its influence on
plagiarism awareness in German HEIs
 
Workshop Session
D2 Room Q15 Session Chair: Irene Glendinning
10:30 11:20 Irene Glendinning Coventry University Workshop: Yes, they are all plagiarising, but what can be done to stop it?
 
Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarism
E2 Room Q15 Session Chair: Gill Rowell
11:20 11:35 Tomas Kucecka, Daniela Chuda Technologies Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Improving Plagiarism Detection through the Document Content Segmentation
11:35 11:50 Daniela Chudá, Jozef Lačný, Maroš Maršalek, Pavel Michalko, Ján Súkeník Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Plagiarism Detection in Slovak texts on the Web
11:50 12:05 Ondřej Veselý, Jan Kolomazník Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel university in Brno Predicting number of search engine results to optimize online plagiarism detection
K4 Room Q02 Closing session Session Chair: Irene Glendinning
12:10 12:30 Closing remarks With contributions from keynote speakers Closing the conference
 
12:30 13:30 Lunch
 
13:30 18:00 Sightseeing bus trip to Moravian Karst
18:00 20:00 Villa Tugendhat
 
 
Friday 14th June 2013
8:00 15:00 Optional sightseeing trip to Prague (not involved in the conference fee, participants are to pay extra 45 EUR)
Mykolas Romeris University
Mendel University in Brno
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Council of Europe
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turnitin
urkund
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epigeum
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