Category Archives: plagiarism

Off with the head – China had the answer to plagiarism hundreds of years ago.

Plagiarism arises again and again as an issue in assessment. Suggestions are made that students need to be educated to avoid it, assessment tasks are devised to minimize it and assessors are vigilant to detect it (using electronic means). It … Continue reading

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Maintaining standards in assessment

AUTC is the Australia Universities Teaching Committee. In 2002 they issued several papers aimed at assisting universities to maintain standards in assessment and to respond to new issues. Paper One – A new era in assessing student learning Two new … Continue reading

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