Plagiarism across Europe and beyond 2017
conference proceedings : May 24-26, 2017 : Brno, Czech Republic

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KEYNOTE PRESENTATION ABSTRACTS:	.............................. 7
Jeffrey Beall: Plagiarism is E ve ly where: Detecting and Reporting Plagiarism
in Predatory Journals and Other Publications...................... 8
Tracey Bretag: Evidence-based responses to contract cheating........... 9
Teddi Fishman: Experiential Learning, Authenticity, and Improvisation in
the Service of Academic Integrity................................. 10
Tomáš Foltýnek: European Network for Academic Integrity ............... 11
Philip M. Newton: Pouring ALE on contract cheating. Recent developments in strategies to tackle ghostwriting and Essay Mills using Assessment
design, Legal approaches and stakeholder Education................... 12
Calin Rus: Competences for Democratic Culture - a reference and a tool for
promoting academic integrity......................................... 13
SECTION I: Best Practices and Strategies for Awareness, Prevention,
Detection of Academic Misconduct..................................... 14
Full Papers ................................................................ 15
Marco Cosentino, Franca Marino, Chandana Haidar, Georges J. M. Maestroni: Honorary authors and unwitting: personal experience with a journal from a publisher included in the Beall’s list of predatory publishers ...	15
Irene Glendinning: Scorecard for Academic Integrity Development:
Benchmarks and evaluation of institutional strategies................ 25
Daniel Jakubík, Simon Suchomel, Luboš Lunter, Michal Brandejs:
Institutional Repository Driven by Access Rights as a Part of Plagiarism
Detection Systems.................................................... 35
Inés Friss de Kereki: Detecting Academic Misconduct in Introductory
Computer Science Courses............................................. 45
Peter Krocitý: Raising Awareness About Scholastic Honesty At Higher
Education Institution................................................ 59
Anna Michalská: Plagiarism? I know a definition, but I don’t know what it
means................................................................ 71
Christopher Rieber: Using Electronic Plagiarism Tools to Teach University
Students to Avoid Plagiarism......................................... 93
Andrei Rostovtsev: Plagiarism in the dissertations and scientific publications
in Russia........................................................... 107
Synopsis .................................................................. 113
Erik Borg: Intertextuality reconsidered.................................. 113
Petra Hauptfeld-Göllner, Natascha Miljkovic: To whom belongs the idea?
Discussing plagiarism at universities from the perspective of ownership 114
Inga Gaižauskaité: Sources of (un)ethical behaviour of students.......... 115
Andrzej Kurkiewicz: Academic Integrity and plagiarism in Poland.......... 116
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Milan Ojsteršek, Goran Hrovat: The organisational and technical aspects of establishing plagiarism detection processes in the Slovenian open
access infrastructure............................................... 117
Kate Rowbotham, Christine Coulter: Making Sense of Prosocial Explanations
for Violations of Academic Integrity ............................... 118
Loreta Tauginienč: Comprehensive framework for fostering responsible
research: Lithuania................................................. 119
Workshops ...............................................................   120
Faith Dillon-Lee, Alexandra Pitt, Gemma Wilkinson: Divergent Thinking,
Diverse Practices, and Unified Integrity............................ 120
Christopher Haycock: Using a structured and robust method of enquiry in
the investigation of academic dishonesty............................ 121
Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos: Tackling the Tariff: Aligning Best Practices and
Aiming for Equity................................................... 123
Brian Schumacher: Three Strikes and You’re Out?.......................... 124
Rui Sousa-Silva: Detecting plagiarism and contract cheating: new academic
integrity challenges ............................................... 125
Working papers............................................................. 126
Emilia Sercan: Plagiarism in Ph.D. theses. A case study of military
universities in Romania............................................. 126
Posters ................................................................... 127
Rodica M. Dragotoiu, Alexandra Gugu: Awareness concerning plagiarism in
case of first year medical students................................. 127
Sharon Dzik: Academic Integrity through Restorative Justice.............. 128
John Paul Foxe, Andrea Ridgley: An Innovative Approach to Decision Making
in Cases of Suspected Academic Misconduct........................... 129
Barbara Lämmlein, Roland Schimmel: Academic Misconduct in Bachelor Degree Programs—An Empirical Insight into Current Students’ Ethical Behavior................................................................ 130
SECTION II: National and Local Projects about Academic Integrity ....	131
Full Papers ............................................................... 132
Irene Glendinning, Tomáš Foltýnek, Dita Dlabolová, Dana Linkeschová,
Thomas Lancaster: Exploring Issues Challenging Academic Integrity in
South East Europe................................................... 132
Gábor Király, Zsuzsanna Géring, Nicholas Chandler, Peter Miskolczi, Yvette Lovas, Kinga Kovács, Sára Csillag: Parallel universes: cheating at the university. Comparing lecturers’ and students’ understanding of student cheating................................................................ 147
Synopsis .................................................................. 172
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Jonathan Kasler, Meirav Hen, Adi Sharabi-Nov: Academic integrity in higher
education: The case of a medium-size college in the Galilee, Israel ....	172
Veronika Králíková, Tomáš Foltýnek: Analysis of Ghostwriting market in
Czechia............................................................. 173
Salim Razi, Hawa Siimeyra Pekta$: Investigating policies for plagiarism and
academic integrity: The case of Turkey.............................. 174
Posters ................................................................... 175
Ansgar Schäfer, Oliver Trevisiol: Plagiarism Prevention Project.......... 175
SECTION III: Innovation in Use of e-tools and Technologies for Adressing
Plagiarism.......................................................... 176
Full Papers ............................................................... 177
Michal Duracík, Emil Kršák, Patrik Hrkút: Using concepts of text based
plagiarism detection in source code plagiarism analysis............. 177
Patrick Juola: Detecting Contract Cheating via Stylometric Methods.....	187
Julius Kravjar: Pan-European Repository of Theses and Dissertations and
Pan-European Plagiarism Detection................................... 199
Synopsis .................................................................. 208
Alice Schmidt Hanbidge, Amanda McKenzie: Foundation for Academic
Success: Academic Integrity ........................................ 208
Workshops ................................................................. 210
Patrick Hilt: How reference management programs can help to reduce
plagiarism by mistake............................................... 210
Alice Schmidt Hanbidge, Amanda McKenzie: Foundations For Academic
Success............................................................. 211
Oleksandr Striamets, Ali Takhmazov: Challenges met at former USSR
countries in combat of academic plagiarism.......................... 212
Posters ................................................................... 213
Ella Akkerman: A new approach for plagiarism avoidance and detection in
Moodies language-related course assignments......................... 213
SECTION IV: Contract Cheating Including Ghost-writing and Essay Mills 214
Full Papers ............................................................... 215
Thomas Lancaster, Robert Clarke: Rethinking Assessment by Examination in
the Age of Contract Cheating........................................ 215
Synopsis .................................................................. 229
Trudy Somers: Contract cheating: A consideration of social learning,
organizational citizenship and global dimensions.................... 229
Wendy Sutherland-Smith, Phillip Dawson, Helen Walker: Contract cheating:
What do student advocates think?.................................... 230
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Workshops ............................................................. 231
Michael Draper, Phil Newton: Legal approaches to tackling Essay Mills and
’ContractCheating’................................................ 231
Working papers........................................................... 232
Chloe Walker: Nairobi Shadow Academy: A Study of Contract Cheaters
(Academic Writers) in Kenya....................................... 232
SECTION V: Internationalisation, Student Mobility and Academic
Integrity ........................................................ 233
Full Papers ............................................................. 234
Stephen Gow: Exploring academic integrity through the lens of critical theory: Mainland Chinese students’ epistemological adaptation to
studying on UK Master’s programmes ............................... 234
Muhammad Shahid Soroya, Muhammad Aamir Hashmi, Saira Hanif Soroya:
Status of Academic Integrity in Pakistan: An Overview........... 254
Synopsis ................................................................ 263
Eckhard Burkatzki, Joost Platje, Wolfgang Gerstlberger: Cultural differences regarding expected utilities and costs of plagiarism—a comparison of
high-trust and low-trust student samples.......................... 263
Jo Hinchliffe, Amanda McKenzie: Integrity Insights From India.......... 264
Bob Ives: Patterns and Predictors of Academic Dishonesty in Romania and
Moldova........................................................... 265
Bob Ives: Predictors of Academic Dishonesty: A Meta-analysis .......... 267
                                    
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ISBN 978-80-7509-493-3 (brožováno)
Nakladatelské údaje, údaje o vytvoření díla, autorská práva Brno : Mendel University, 2017
Klíčová slova plagiarism
Klíčová slova plagiátorství
Fyzický popis 267 stran : ilustrace
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