2015 EHL FACULTY

TEACHING AND LEARNING FORUM

 


THEME:  Academic Integrity: Challenges and Possibilities

For more details, Click Here (PDF 270KB)

The detailed program is now available, Click Here (PDF 17KB)

 

DATE AND VENUE

Tuesday 10 November 2015

9.30am to 12.45pm (includes morning tea)

Rooms 2.09 and 2.10, Level 2, Education Building

 

REGISTRATION

Please email your RSVP to elle.errington@flinders.edu.au.

 

If you have any questions or queries about the Forum for 2015, please contact Dr Vivienne Brand, Faculty Scholar 2015, on vivienne.brand@flinders.edu.au.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

Session 1: Click Here (PPTX 211KB) Academic Integrity Flowchart (PDF 2MB)

Introduction to the Project, outline of existing practices in the Faculty, and dissemination of Dr Maria Giannacopoulos’ findings on RHD practice and academic integrity

Presenter: Dr Vivienne Brand, Law School

 

Session 2:  Click Here (PPTX 736KB)

Staff perceptions and responses to academic integrity

Presenter: Assoc Prof Eric Bouvet, School of Humanities and Creative Arts

 

Session 3:  Click Here (PPTX 9MB)

Assessment practice to complement use of text-matching software

Presenter: Assoc Prof David Curtis, School of Education

 

Session 4:  Click Here (PDF 493KB)

Academic integrity and the Creative Arts

Presenter: Dr Maggie Ivanova, School of Humanities and Creative Arts

 

Session 6:  Click Here (PPTX 103KB)

Professional context: educators and academic integrity

Presenter: Dr Pam Bartholomaeus, School of Education

 

Session 7:  Click Here (PPTX 4MB)

‘Best Practice’ use of Turnitin in law topics

Presenter: Ms Tania Leiman, Law School

 

Report:  Click Here (PDF 45KB)

Academic Integrity in the Research Higher Degree Context: Challenges and Strategies

Dr Maria Giannacopoulos, Law school