International Conference
Plagiarism across
Europe and Beyond 2015
10th-12th June 2015

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Conference description

The international conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond aims to be a forum for sharing best practices and experience with addressing academic integrity issues, namely plagiarism. There will be several invited keynote speakers addresses, as well as presentations of researchers from all around the world, whose papers will pass the review process.

After several publicly well known scandals, plagiarism became an issue in higher education. Many universities are looking for effective policies, electronic detection tools and methods of prevention. Research shows, that there are vast differences in the perception of plagiarism among European countries and even between students and teachers in particular country. Therefore broad discussion, understanding cultural differences and experience exchange among higher education institutions is needed and worth to support.


  • Two more confirmed keynote speakers: Teddi Fishman (director of International Centre for Academic Integrity) and Jindrich Fryc (deputy head of Steering Committee for Educational Policy and Practice of the Council of Europe). Abstracts of their speaches will be available soon.
  • Review of abstracts is finished. Out of 31 abstracts, 7 was accepted and 21 was accepted with changes. In 3 cases we recommend refocusing. No abstract was rejected. We have very interesting set of abstracts and we are looking forward to full papers!
  • Interested in much bigger conference in Canada? ICAI 2015 annual conference registration launched.
  • Abstract submission deadline is over. We have 28 abstracts and 47 participants from 19 countries.
  • Best conference papers will be published as a special issue of International Journal for Educational Integrity (from 2015 published by Springer).
  • Confirmed keynote speakers: Irene Glendinning, Tracey Bretag and Phil Newton. Details about their keynote adresses will be available later.
  • Registration launched. You can register to the conference here.

Conference Topics

Research papers, posters and workshops are welcome in following areas:

  • Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconduct
  • Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarism
  • Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integrity
  • National and local responses to plagiarism
  • Plagiarism in arts

Important Dates

Abstract submissions for papers November 16, 2014
Feedback from reviewers December 15, 2014
Poster/workshop abstract submission February 1, 2015
Full paper submissions February 1, 2015
Feedback from reviewers March 10, 2015
Final version of paper April 10, 2015
Early bird registration deadline April 10, 2015
Conference June 10-12, 2015

Place and Registration

Conference Fee

Early bird registrationNormal registration
Conference participant250 €280 €
Ph.D. student220 €250 €
1 day rate120 €120 €
Accompanying person120 €120 €

Registration fee for confrerence participant (and Ph.D. students) includes conference attendance, coffee breaks, luncheons, conference dinner, proceedings and other conference materials, and supporting programme.

Rate for accompanying persons includes coffee breaks, luncheons, conference dinner and supporting programme. Accompanying persons are not allowed to submit papers and will not receive any conference materials. Each conference participant may take max. 1 accompanying person.

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