Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond: Ephesus, Turkey

Posted by on Mayıs 8, 2018 in Etkinlik, Manşet

The international conference Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond aims to be a forum for sharing best practices and experiences by addressing issues of academic integrity. The conference brings together several prominent names in the field of academic integrity from all over the world. With regards to the crucial role of ethics and honesty in academic work, universities are in need of more effective policies against infringements of academic standards. The conference therefore aims to contribute to the standardization of consistent and transparent approaches to issues of academic integrity from several perspectives, such as detection and prevention of plagiarism, the impact of text-matching software, types of plagiarism, teaching norms of best practice, and institutional and national standards. As academic integrity is considered to be culturally bound, standardizing policies and practices related to ethical issues requires a careful examination of several related cases from different countries. Due to its geographical location, Turkey bridges not only the continents of Europe and Asia but also various cultures, making it a perfect location for a conference that convenes researchers from all over the world. Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond is jointly organized by Canakkale Onsekiz Mart UniversityMendel University in Brno, and theEuropean Network for Academic Integrity and is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

Conference site: https://plagiarism.pefka.mendelu.cz/?

Email: conference@plagiarism.cz
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/conference.plagiarism
twitter: @plagiarismCZ

Conference draft programme

1st Day – 9 May 2018 (Wednesday)
Times Events Venue
8:00-9:00 Registration Lobby Hall
9:00-10:00 Opening Ceremony Main Hall
10:00-11:00 Keynote by Tracey Bretag:
Responding to breaches of academic integrity: The need to be consistent, transparent and compassionate
Session chair: Salim Razı
Main Hall
11:00-11:30 Coffee Break Lobby Hall
11:30-12:45 Concurrent Session 1
Session chair:
Julius Kravjar
Oliver Trevisiol & Ansgar Schäfer: Educational resources for plagiarism prevention [Workshop] Main Hall
Session chair:
Laura Ribeiro
Martine Peters: Teaching digital scrapbooking strategies as a preventative measure against plagiarism [Full paper]
Fatma Şeyma Doğan, Oktay Yağız & Işıl Günseli Kaçar: Citation practices in academic discourse: The types of citation transformation in MA and PhD theses [Full paper]
Ali Erarslan & Ece Zehir Topkaya: Micro-level policies and practices regarding plagiarism in Advanced Reading and Writing Courses [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Zeenath Reza Khan
Alla Anohina-Naumeca, Loreta Tauginienė & Tatjana Odineca: Addressing academic integrity policy of Baltic State-financed universities in online public space [Full paper]
Stephen Kuntz: Editing services: Libelous or liberating? [Full paper]
Nosheen Naz: Academic integrity and quality assurance in higher education [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Sabiha Mumtaz
Ivana Hebrang Grgić: Teaching about plagiarism at higher education level [Full paper]
Muhammad Shahbaz: Students and teachers’ perceptions about academic dishonesty at different faculties of a university in Pakistan [Full paper]
Sabiha Shala, Dukagjin Leka & Mimoza Hyseni-Spahiu: Challenges in publishing in newly established universities (Kosovo and Macedonia) [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Shiva Sivasubramaniam
Mike Reddy & Clare Johnson: An academic speed awareness course: Developing FREE resources for prevention/probation of academic offenders [Working paper]
Kostantinos Leftheriotis, Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos, Athanassios Triantafyllides & Emmanuel Varouhas: Understanding academic integrity principles using the sociological imagination: An experiment [Working paper]
Isabella Navarro-Grueter, Cecilia Ivonne Quintanilla & Jean Gabriel Guerrero: Center for integrity: Reflection, commitment and actions [Working paper]
Smyrna
12:45-13:45 Lunch Aegean Restaurant
13:45-14:30 Plenary by Tomáš Foltýnek:
Plagiarism: technical versus political solutions
Session chair: Tracey Bretag
Main Hall
14:35-15:25 Concurrent Session 2
Session chair:
Martine Peters
Salim Razı: Fallacies in the interpretation of text-matching software similarity reports [Workshop] Main Hall
Session chair:
Ece Zehir Topkaya
Mariya Chankova & Irena Vassileva: Attitudes towards plagiarism in academia: A pilot study [Full paper]
Jolanta Bieliauskaitė & Natalija Valavičienė: Forms of solidarity in the context of academic integrity: Perceptions of students and lecturers [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Marco Cosentino
Zeenath Reza Khan, Sabiha Mumtaz, Priyanka Hemnani & Sanjana Raheja: Pilot study to pave way for exploring contract cheating among higher education students in UAE [Full paper]
Muhammad Ramzan: Insights into university students’ perceptions about plagiarism [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos
Dukagjin Leka & Bajram Kosumi: Plagiarism in Plagiarism in Kosovo and its perception in Kosovo and Albania society [Full paper]
Harun Serpil: Gaming the machine: Text-recycling and automatic spinning to minimize plagiarism in medical articles [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Milan Ojsteršek
Paraskevi Kleanthous, Angelika Kokkinaki, Styliani Kleanthous Loizou & Louis Nisiotis: A 3D virtual world for awareness and training on academic integrity topics [Full paper]
Celina Garza: Academic misconduct – the IB’s use of a tailor-made text matching software [Full paper]
Smyrna
15:25-16:00 Coffee Break Lobby Hall
16:00-16:45 Sponsor session 1 (Turnitin)
Gill Rowell & Maarten Jan Horck: Turnitin: A journey in academic integrity
Session chair: Salim Razı
Main Hall
17:00-18:00 ENAI Annual General Meeting[open to all delegates]
Session chair: Tomáš Foltýnek
Artemis
19:30-23:00 Gala Dinner Convention Centre Dining Hall
2nd Day – 10 May 2018 (Thursday)
8:00-9:00 Registration Lobby Hall
9:00-10:00 Keynote by Lex M. Bouter
Fostering responsible research practices: What can and should funders and journals do?
Session chair: Irene Glendinning
Main Hall
Concurrent Session 3
Session chair:
Oliver Trevisiol
John Paul Foxe, Andrea Ridgley, Suzanne Hicks, Naza Djafarova & Brenda Massey-Beauregard:Gamifying academic integrity education [Workshop] Main Hall
Session chair:
Mehmet Şahin
Loreta Tauginienė & Inga Gaižauskaitė: Integrity management in high schools: Paving a way to misconduct? [Full paper]
Irene Glendinning: Disparities in sanctions and practices across Europe for addressing violations to academic integrity [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Stella-Maris Orim
Ece Zehir Topkaya & Handan Çelik: Repercussions of academic dishonesty among English language educators: A study of academic and social perspective[Full paper]
Adeela Rehman: Academic integrity and quality of research in higher education: Inclination and confrontation for young scholars [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Sabri Gürses
Faiqa Mansoor & Kanwal Ameen: Perspectives on role of university libraries to prevent plagiarism among research scholars[Full paper]
Amanda Martha Matee Mphahlele: Plagiarism in the South African Higher Education system: Discarding a common sense understanding [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Mehmet Sercan Uztosun
Clare Johnson: A practical guide to improving academic integrity in the classroom[Working paper]
Rebecca Awdry & Veronika Králíková: Global Essay Mills Survey project summary[Full paper]
Smyrna
10:50-11:20 Coffee Break Lobby Hall
11:20-12:35 Concurrent Session 4
Session chair:
Angelika Kokkinaki
Stephen Kuntz: Academic integrity endeavours: Moving from informing to integrating to integrity [Workshop] Main Hall
Session chair:
Clare Johnson
Sabri Gürses & Mehmet Şahin: Plagiarism in literary translation and retranslation [Full paper]
Zeenath Reza Khan, Halim Khelalfa, Jawahitha Sarabdeen, Priyanka Hemnani & Sanjana Raheja:Paving the way for an higher ed academic integrity policy review in the UAE [Full paper]
Andrzej Kurkiewicz: Reforming the disciplinary measures in Poland’s higher education in historical perspective [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Jolanta Bieliauskaitė
Müge Karakaş: The role of general self-efficacy on academic integrity [Full paper]
Ghazala Irfan Tabbasum: “The centre cannot hold”, issues of self-plagiarism in Pakistan [Full paper]
Emilia Sercan: Time as a predictor for plagiarism in Romanian academia [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Inga Gaižauskaitė
Elham Golzar Adabi, Dilek Pecenek & Markus Pissarek: An investigation of plagiarism on higher education students: Awareness, information sources, reasons [Full paper]
Shamima Parvin Lasker: Change of knowledge and attitude of post graduate medical students of Bangladesh by plagiarism education [Full paper]
Fahad Mahmood: Challenges and solutions for academic integrity in mass communication education in Pakistani universities [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Natalija Valavičienė
Loreta Tauginienė: Academic integrity glossary [Synopsis]
Michael Draper: A legal solution to contact cheating? [Synopsis]
Billur Yıldırım & Salim Razı: ELT students’ attitudes towards plagiarism: Their correlation with academic success and externalization[Synopsis]
Ece Zehir Topkaya & Mehmet Sercan Uztosun: Plagiarism and sanctions: Academics’ perceptions at postgraduate level [Synopsis]
Mediha Güner, Gonca Babadağ, Muhammet Özden & Ali Ersoy: Investigation of the graduates’ ethical decision-making patterns [Synopsis]
Smyrna
12:35-13:35 Lunch Aegean Restaurant
13:35-14:35 Invited Panel Discussion by Marco Cosentino, Laura Ribeiro & Shiva Sivasubramaniam:
Academic integrity in medical research and teaching
Session chair: Franca Marino
Main Hall
14:35-15:20 Sponsor session 2 (Oxford University Press)
Haluk Şengeç: Wider angle of plagiarism
Session chair: Özgür Şahan
Main Hall
15:30-19:30 Social Programme: Visit to Ephesus Ephesus ancient city
19:30-21:30 Dinner Aegean Restaurant
3rd Day – 11 May 2018 (Friday)
8:00-9:00 Registration Lobby Hall
9:00-10:00 Keynote by Teddi Fishman
Stories and aims: How our academic integrity goals and the ways we talk about meeting them matter
Session chair: Tomáš Foltýnek
Main Hall
10:00-10:45 Sponsor Session 3 (Citavi)
Martin Mittermeier: Software tools to avoid plagiarism in academia – different approaches to prevent and to sanction different forms of plagiarism
Session chair: Dita Dlabolová
Main Hall
10:45-11:15 Coffee Break Lobby Hall
11:15-12:30 Concurrent Session 5
Session chair:
Loreta Tauginienė
Dita Dlabolová, Veronika Králíková & Tomáš Foltýnek: Responsible student – responsible employee [Workshop] Main Hall
Session chair:
Mehmet Sercan Uztosun
Sonja Bjelobaba: Academic integrity skill development amongst the teaching staff at a Swedish university [Full paper]
Jean Gabriel Guerrero: Impact of an academic integrity seminar in the ethical behavior of college students[Working paper]
Sandra Lisa Stephenson: Towards a plagiarism framework for educators[Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Styliani Kleanthous
Tika Ram Pokhrel: Academic integrity in post/graduate students of teacher education program [Full paper]
Ifigenia Georgiou, Svetlana Sapuric & Angelika Kokkinaki: Ethics learning in Cypriot business schools [Full paper]
Aalia Sohail Khan & Mamoona Khan: Plagiarism and artefacts: A phenomenon of neglected ethics [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Alla Anohina-Naumeca
Clare Johnson & Mike Reddy: The student voice: What do we know about students’ perspective of Academic Integrity? [Full paper]
Hameeda Mazhar: Status of woman education and prevalence of plagiarism in Southern Punjab [Full paper]
Sabiha Mumtaz & Sanjai Parahoo: Impact of individual and cultural factors on passive cheating: A middle east study [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Özgür Şahan
Muhammad Rafiq Awan & M. Sarwar Bajwa: Culture of academic integrity: Practices of HEIs in Pakistan [Full paper]
Shiva Sivasubramaniam: A case study on class based (SCALE-UP) approach to counteract contract cheating [Synopsis]
Süleyman Gün: Academic dishonesty, alienation to university and anomie: Are they related anyway? [Synopsis]
Serhat Güzel & Salim Razı: ELT academics’ perceptions of plagiarism: Cross-cultural investigation of degrees [Synopsis]
Smyrna
12:30-13:15 Sponsor Session 4 (Urkund)
Peter Witasp: Another GDPR presentation but with a twist: Plagiarism detection
Session chair: Tomáš Foltýnek
Main Hall
13:15-14:15 Lunch Aegean Restaurant
14:15-15:00 Plenary by Irene Glendinning:
Academic integrity in higher education institutions: A global perspective
Session chair: Teddi Fishman
Main Hall
15:00-16:00 Invited Panel Discussion by Dukagjin Leka, Sabiha Shala, Agron Bajraktari & Mimoza Dushi:
The quest for academic integrity in Kosovo
Session chair: Irene Glendinning
Main Hall
16:00-16:30 Coffee Break Lobby Hall
16:30-17:00 Poster Session Main Hall
Session chair:
Salim Razı
John Freeman: An institution-wide approach to reducing plagiarism in a UK university
Irene Glendinning, Stella-Maris Orim, Andrew King, Esme Spurling: How are quality assurance agencies and accreditation bodies responding to different forms of corruption in higher education?
Veronika Králíková, Jana Dannhoferová, Dita Dlabolová, Tomáš Foltýnek: Global essay mills survey: Results from the Czech Republic
Ivana Hebrang Grgić & Mihaela Guskić: Scientists’ awareness of predatory journals
Main Hall
17:00-17:05 Delegates’ choice best papers announcement:
Award – “Handbook of academic integrity” by Tracey Bretag
Main Hall
17:05-17:10 Invitation: 5th International Conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond 2019 by Loreta Tauginienė Main Hall
17:10-17:30 Closing Ceremony Main Hall
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