ENAI Conference 2015

Conference in 2015

Conference Proceedings

Conference proceedings can be found here.

Conference Photos

Conference Videos

Conference introduction:

Tracey Ann Bretag: Enacting academic integrity – it takes courage

Jindřich Fryč: Pan-European platform for ethics and transparency in education – goals and intentions of the Council of Europe

Irene Glendinning: IPPHEAE: past, present and future

Phil Newton: Ghostwriters

Matej Myska: Plagiarism, Copyright Law and the Myth of Originality

Teddi Fishman: Shaking Things Up: When What We\’ve Always Done has Never Worked, It May be Time to Try Something New

Closing

David Meacheam: Perspectives on Turnitin use in an Australian setting

Wasi Khan: Plagiarism detection 2.0: detection of contract cheating

Conference Programme

Wednesday 10th June 2015
8:00 9:00 Registration
Main conference room (Q02): Opening and keynote presentations
Session chair: Tomas Foltynek
9:00 9:05 Tomáš Foltýnek Mendel University in Brno Opening
9:05 9:10 Vojtěch Adam Vice-rector of Mendel University in Brno Welcome
9:10 9:55 Tracey Ann Bretag University of South Australia, Australia Enacting academic integrity – it takes courage
9:55 10:40 Jindřich Fryč Ministry of Education, youth and sports of the Czech Republic, Steering Committee for Educational Policy and Practice of the Council of Europe Pan-European platform for ethics and transparency in education – goals and intentions of the Council of Europe
 
10:40 11:10 Coffee break Poster Exhibition
 
Main conference room (Q02): Sponsors\’ keynote presentations
Session chair: Tracey Bretag
11:10 11:30 Turnitin Keynote speech
11:30 11:50 StrikePlagiarism Keynote speech
11:50 12:10 Urkund Keynote speech
 
12:10 13:00 Lunch
 
Main conference room (Q02): Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
Session chair: Phil Newton
13:00 13:20 Jolanta Urbanovič, Inga Žalėnienė, Nijolė Vasiljevienė and Nomeda Gudelienė Mykolas Romeris university, Lithuania Research on Academic Integrity. The Role of Awareness of Local Environment in Developing University Anti-plagiarism Strategy
13:20 13:40 Christian Zimmermann Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, USA
The experience of the RePEc plagiarism committee in economics
13:40 14:00 Olfat Mirza, Mike Joy University of Warwick, UK Style Analysis for Source Code Plagiarism Detection
14:00 14:20 Aurelija Novelskaite, Raminta Pucetaite Vilnius University, Lithuania Addressing plagiarism through formal and informal requirements in scientific journals: empirical findings from journals published in Lithuania
14:20 14:40 Mariann Løkse, Mariann Solberg UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway Strengthening teacher qualifications to prevent student plagiarism presentation of an online course and discussion of a strategy
14:40 15:00 Trudy Somers Northcentral University, United States of America The Learning Community as an Academic Integrity Tool or Resource
Small conference room (Q15): Workshops
Session chair: Pavel Turcinek
13:00 14:00 Wasi Khan Doctupus, Pakistan WS: Plagiarism detection 2.0: detection of contract cheating
14:00 15:00 Tony Franzky, Sabina Krämer, Kerstin E. Kohl, Ute Nunnenmacher, Ansgar Schäfer, Oliver Trevisiol Universität Konstanz, Germany WS: Teaching against plagiarism – proven methods and new ground
 
15:00 15:30 Coffee break
 
Main conference room (Q02): Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarism; National and local responses to plagiarism
Session chair: Laura Ribeiro
15:30 15:50 Salim Razi Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey Reasons of plagiarism in undergraduate academic writing and benefiting from Turnitin
15:50 16:10 Ondřej Veselý Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic Results of similarity analysis of online news in Czech republic
16:10 16:30 Nathalia Franco Perez Universidad EAFIT, Colombia Academic Integrity Program Dare to Think
16:30 16:50 Lex Bouter VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands Correct citation practice: an attempt to rank shades of grey in plagiarism
16:50 17:10 Tomáš Foltýnek, Martin Surovec Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic Promoting Academic Integrity Helps National Economy
17:10 17:30 Nijolė Vasiljevienė, Agnė Jurčiukonytė Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania The problems of legal and ethical regulation: a case study of plagiarism lawsuit
Small conference room (Q15): Workshops
Session chair: Pavel Turcinek
15:30 16:30 Alexandra Pitt and Faith Dillon-Lee Middlesex University, United Kingdom WS: Plagiarism, Policy and People: Exploring Tensions
16:30 17:30 Urkund WS: Urkund
 
19:30 24:00 Conference Dinner
 
Thursday 11th June 2015
Main conference room (Q02): Keynote presentations
Session chair: Teddi Fishman
9:00 9:45 Irene Glendinning Coventry University, UK IPPHEAE: past, present and future
9:45 10:30 Phil Newton Swansea University, UK Ghostwriters
 
10:30 11:00 Coffee break
 
Main conference room (Q02): National and local responses to plagiarism
Session chair: Matej Myska
11:00 11:20 Julius Kravjar CVTI SR, Slovakia SK ANTIPLAG Is Bearing Fruit
11:20 11:40 Erja Moore Finland Differing local responses to plagiarism in Finnish higher education
11:40 12:00 Karen Weis, Nijsten N. KHLeuven, Belgium Plagiarism in higher professional education in Flanders: a legal perspective
Small conference room (Q15): Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of
academic misconduct; Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integrity
Session chair: Irene Glendinning
11:00 11:20 Kim Janssens, Jose Tummers University College Leuven Limburg Belgium (Addressing) Plagiarism in higher professional education in Flanders: a student/lecturer perspective
11:20 11:40 Hanas A. Cader American Univesity of Kuwait, Kuwait Students Oral Presentation Peer Evaluation: How Consistent Is It?
11:40 12:00 Shiva das Sivasubramaniam, Sharavan Ramachandran NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY, United Kingdom New breed of Ghost-Writers: Emerging threat to academic community via Internationalisation and social media
 
12:00 13:00 Lunch
 
Main conference room (Q02): Keynote presentations and closing
Session chair: Tomas Foltynek
13:00 13:40 Matěj Myška Masaryk University, School of Law, Czech Republic Plagiarism, Copyright Law and the Myth of Originality
13:40 14:20 Teresa Fishman International Center for Academic Integrity, USA Shaking Things Up: When What We\’ve Always Done has Never Worked, It May be Time to Try Something New
14:20 14:30 Discussion, closing
 
16:00 18:00 Brno city tour
18:00 Excursion to brewery, dinner
 
 
Friday 12th June 2015
9:00 16:00 Networking trip to Lednice
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