Detecting, evidencing and reporting Academic Misconduct allegations
Assessment and Feedback Practices
Event bookings can only be created between
10/11/2023 - 05/12/2023
Who should attend?
Any member of staff involved in teaching and assessment.
Irene Glendinning, Chris Haycock
This session is to guide any staff who have a role in teaching and assessment, on how to detect different forms of academic misconduct, what evidence to generate and how to report the allegations.
What are the benefits?
To ensure that Authorship License holders take ful advantage of their access to the tool for supporting allegations of serious academic integrity breaches.
Topics covered include:
• Different types of academic integrity breaches/misconduct including contract cheating and misuse of AI
• What are the signs to look for; Use of Checklists; What evidence is relevant for each type of misconduct and how to generate it; Turnitin reports; authorship reports;
• Getting help and support from Authorship license-holders;
Unpacking and interpreting Authorship reports; Presenting evidence in an ACV, ACO meeting or ACP
Occasions for this event
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|07/12/2023 10:00 - 11:30
||Online - link to be sent nearer the date