ENAI Conference 2017

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Proceedings

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Tracey Ann Bretag – Evidence-based responses to contract cheating

Tomáš Foltýnek – European Network for Academic Integrity

Goa Borrek – Turnitin: a Journey in academic integrity

James Bennett – Accepting the Unacceptable: Why Percentages are not your Friend

Jeffrey Beall – Plagiarism is Everywhere: Detecting and Reporting Plagiarism in Predatory Journals

Ali Tahmazov, Cristina Costiniuc – Role of politics in academic plagiarism

Calin Rus – Competences for Democratic Culture a reference and a tool for promoting academic integrity

Phil Newton – Pouring ALE on contract cheating

Discussion panel – Strategies for addressing contract cheating

Conference Programme

Wednesday 24th May 2017
8:00 9:00 Registration
 
Room 1: Opening and keynote presentations
Session chair: Tomas Foltynek
9:00 9:10 Tomáš Foltýnek Mendel University in Brno – head of the conference organization committee Opening speech
9:10 9:15 Samuel Antwi Darkwah Vice Rector of Mendel University in Brno Welcome speech
9:15 9:20 Villano Qiriazi Head of the Education Policy Division, DGII-Democracy, Council of Europe Welcome speech
9:20 9:25 Robert Plaga Deputy Minister of Education, youth and sports of the Czech Republic Greeting
9:30 10:20 Tracey Bretag University of South Australia, Australia Evidence-based responses to contract cheating
10:20 11:00 Tomáš Foltýnek Mendel University in Brno European Network for Academic Integrity
 
11:00 11:30 Coffee break
 
Room 1: Keynote presentations
Session chair: Teddi Fishman
11:30 12:20 Jeffrey Beall University of Colorado Denver\’s Auraria Library Plagiarism is Everywhere: Detecting and Reporting Plagiarism in Predatory Journals and Other Publications
12:20 12:40 Goa Borrek Turnitin Turnitin: a Journey in academic integrity
12:40 13:00 James Bennett Urkund Accepting the Unacceptable: Why Percentages are not your Friend
 
13:00 14:00 Lunch
 
Room 1: Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
Session chair: Shiva Sivasubramaniam
14:00 14:20 Anna Michalska Coventry University, United Kingdom Plagiarism? I know a definition, but I don’t know what it means…
14:20 14:40 Inga Gaizauskaite Mykolas Romeris university, Lithuania Sources of (un)ethical behaviour of students
14:40 15:00 Erik Borg Coventry University, United Kingdom Intertextuality reconsidered
15:00 15:20 Petra Hauptfeld-Goellner, Natascha Miljkovic Agency “Zitier-Weise”, Austria To whom belongs the idea? Discussing plagiarism at universities from the perspective of ownership
15:20 15:40 Kate Rowbotham Smith School of Business, Canada Making Sense of Prosocial Explanations for Violations of Academic Integrity
15:40 16:00 Marco Cosentino University of Insubria, Italy Honorary authors and unwitting: personal experience with a journal from a publisher included in the Beall\’s list of predatory publishers
 
Room 4: Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integrity
Session chair: Debora Weber-Wulff
14:00 14:20 Eckhard Burkatzki Technical University (TU) Dresden – International Institute Zittau, Germany Cultural differences regarding expected utilities and costs of plagiarism – a comparison of high-trust and low-trust student samples
14:20 14:40 Amanda McKenzie, Jo Hinchliffe University of Waterloo;Simon Fraser University, Canada Integrity Insights From India
14:40 15:00 Stephen Gow University of York, United Kingdom Exploring academic integrity through the lens of critical theory: Mainland Chinese students’ epistemological adaptation to studying on UK Master’s programmes
15:00 15:20 Bob Ives University of Nevada, Reno, USA Predictors of Academic Dishonesty: A Meta-analysis
15:20 15:40 Bob Ives University of Nevada, Reno, USA Patterns and Predictors of Academic Dishonesty in Romania and Moldova
15:40 16:00 Muhammad Soroya Punjab Higher Education Commission, Pakistan Status of Academic Integrity in Pakistan: An Overview
 
Room 6: Sponsors\’ workshops
14:00 15:00 Gill Rowell Turnitin Workshop: What does academic integrity mean to me? Views from the the real word
15:00 16:00 Rachel Crookes Epigeum Workshop: Teaching academic integrity online: Using e-learning to educate students and support staff
 
Room 7: Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
14:00 15:00 Evangeline Mourelatos Deree – The American College of Greece, Greece Workshop: Tackling the Tariff: Aligning Best Practices and Aiming for Equity
15:00 16:00 Ansgar Schäfer, Dita Dlabolova, Loreta Tauginiene University of Konstanz, Mendel University in Brno, Mykolas Romeris University Workshop: European Network for Academic Integrity – project outputs
 
16:00 16:30 Coffee break
 
Room 1: Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
Session chair: Inga Gazauskaite
16:30 16:50 Andrzej Kurkiewicz Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland Academic Integrity and plagiarism in Poland
16:50 17:10 Andrei Rostovtsev IITP RAS, Russia Plagiarism in the dissertations and scientific publications in Russia
17:10 17:30 Ines Friss de Kereki Universidad ORT Uruguay, Uruguay Detecting academic misconduct in introductory computer science courses
 
Room 4: Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarism
Session chair: Milan Ojsteršek
16:30 16:50 Alice Schmidt Hanbidge, Amanda McKenzie Renison University College, University of Waterloo, Canada Foundation for Academic Success: Academic Integrity
16:50 17:10 Julius Kravjar CVTI SR, Slovakia Pan-European Repository of Theses and Dissertations and Pan-European Plagiarism Detection
17:10 17:30 Michal Ďuračík University of Žilina, Slovakia Using concepts of text based plagiarism detection in source code plagiarism analysis
 
Room 6: Contract cheating including ghost-writing and essay mills
16:30 17:30 Rui Sousa-Silva University of Porto, Portugal Workshop: Detecting plagiarism and contract cheating: new academic integrity challenges
 
Room 7: Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
16:30 17:30 Christopher Haycock Coventry Univerity, United Kingdom Workshop: Using a structured and robust method of enquiry in the investigation of academic dishonesty.
 
19:30 23:00 Conference dinner in VIDA! Science center
 
Thursday 25th May 2017
8:00 9:00 Registration
 
Room 1: Keynote presentations
Session chair: Villano Qiriazi
9:00 9:50 Calin Rus Intercultural Institute of Timisoara Competences for Democratic Culture a reference and a tool for promoting academic integrity
9:50 10:40 Phil Newton Swansea University, UK Pouring ALE on contract cheating. Recent developments in strategies to tackle ghostwriting and Essay Mills using Assessment design, Legal approaches and stakeholder Education
10:40 11:20 Ali Tahmazov, Cristina Costiniuc StrikePlagiarism Role of politics in academic plagiarism
 
11:00 11:30 Coffee break + Poster session
 
Room 1: National and local responses to plagiarism
Session chair: Thomas Lancaster
11:30 11:50 Irene Glendinning Coventry University, United Kingdom Exploring Issues Challenging Academic Integrity in South East Europe
11:50 12:10 Gábor Király Budapest Business School, Hungary Parallel Universes: Cheating at the University. Comparing lecturers’ and students’ understanding of student cheating
12:10 12:30 Salim Razı Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey Investigating policies for plagiarism and academic integrity: The case of Turkey
12:30 12:50 Jonathan Kasler Tel Hai College, Israel Academic integrity in higher education: The case of a medium-size college in the Galilee, Israel
Working papers presentation and discussion
12:50 13:10 Emilia Sercan University of Bucharest, Romania Working paper: Plagiarism in Ph.D. theses. A case study of military universities in Romania
13:10 13:30 Chloe Walker University of Oxford, United Kingdom Working paper: Nairobi Shadow Academy: A Study of Contract Cheaters (Academic Writers) in Kenya
 
Room 4: Contract cheating including ghost-writing and essay mills
11:30 12:30 Michael Draper Swansea University, United Kingdom Workshop: Legal approaches to tackling Essay Mills and ‘Contract Cheating’
12:30 13:30 Brian Schumacher University of Regina Workshop: Three strikes and out
 
Room 5:Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
11:30 12:30 Alexandra Pitt Middlesex University, United Kingdom Workshop: Divergent Thinking, Diverse Practices, and Unified Integrity
Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarism
12:30 13:30 Amanda McKenzie University of Waterloo, Canada Workshop: Foundation for Academic Success
 
13:30 14:30 Lunch
 
14:30 23:00 Sightseeing trip to Slavkov and wine cellar
 
Friday 26th May 2017
8:00 9:00 Registration
 
Room 1: Contract cheating including ghost-writing and essay mills
Session chair: Salim Razi
9:00 9:20 Thomas Lancaster Staffordshire University, United Kingdom Rethinking Assessment By Examination In The Age Of Contract Cheating
9:20 9:40 Trudy Somers Northcentral University, USA Contract cheating: A consideration of social learning, organizational citizenship and global dimensions
9:40 10:00 Wendy Sutherland-Smith Deakin University, Australia Contract cheating: What do student advocates think?
10:00 10:20 Veronika Králíková Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic Analysis of Ghostwriting market in Czechia
10:20 10:40 Patrick Juola Duquesne University, USA Detecting Contract Cheating via Stylometric Methods
 
Room 4: Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
Session chair: Laura Ribeiro
9:00 9:20 Irene Glendinning Coventry University, United Kingdom Scorecard for Academic Integrity Development: Benchmarks and evaluation of institutional strategies
9:20 9:40 Loreta Tauginiene Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania Comprehensive framework for fostering responsible research: Lithuania
9:40 10:00 Daniel Jakubík Masaryk University, Czech Republic Institutional Repository Driven by Access Rights as a Part of Plagiarism Detection Systems
10:00 10:20 Milan Ojsteršek University of Maribor, Slovenia The organisational and technical aspects of establishing plagiarism detection processes in the Slovenian open access infrastructure
10:20 10:40 Christopher Rieber Stockholm School of Economics in Riga, Latvia Using Electronic Plagiarism Tools to Teach University Students to Avoid Plagiarism
 
Room 5: Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarism
9:00 10:00 Ali Tahmazov, Oleksandr Striamets Plagiat.pl, Ukraine Workshop: Сhallenges met at former USSR countries in combat of academic plagiarism
10:00 11:00 Patrick Hilt Swiss Academic Software, Germany Workshop: How reference management programs can help to reduce plagiarism by mistake
 
11:00 11:30 Coffee break
 
Room 1: Discussion panel: Strategies for addressing contract cheating
Session chair: Tracey Bretag
11:30 12:30 Participants: Phil Newton – Swansea University
Thomas Lancaster – Staffordshire University
Chloe Walker – Oxford University
Shiva Sivasubramaniam- Nottingham Trent University
 
Room 1: Closing and keynote presentations
Session chair: Tracey Bretag
12:30 13:20 Teddi Fishman Former Director, ICAI, USA Experiential Learning, Authenticity, and Improvisation in the Service of Academic Integrity
13:20 13:25 Salim Razı Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University,Turkey Invitation to Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond 2018
13:25 13:30 Tomáš Foltýnek Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic Closing speech
 
13:30 14:30 Lunch
 
16:00 18:00 Brno city sightseeing tour
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