4th International Conference
Plagiarism across Europe
and Beyond 2018

9th-11th May 2018
Ephesus, Turkey

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‘Fostering academic integrity through consistent and transparent approaches’

Conference draft programme

1st Day – 9 May 2018 (Wednesday)
TimesEventsVenue
8:00-9:00RegistrationLobby Hall
9:00-10:00Opening CeremonyMain Hall
10:00-11:00Keynote by Tracey Bretag:
Responding to breaches of academic integrity: The need to be consistent, transparent and compassionate
Session chair: Salim Razı
Main Hall
11:00-11:30Coffee BreakLobby Hall
11:30-12:45Concurrent Session 1
Session chair:
Julius Kravjar
Oliver Trevisiol & Ansgar Schäfer: Educational resources for plagiarism prevention [Workshop]Main Hall
Session chair:
Laura Ribeiro
Martine Peters: Teaching digital scrapbooking strategies as a preventative measure against plagiarism [Full paper]
Fatma Şeyma Doğan, Oktay Yağız & Işıl Günseli Kaçar: Citation practices in academic discourse: The types of citation transformation in MA and PhD theses [Full paper]
Ali Erarslan & Ece Zehir Topkaya: Micro-level policies and practices regarding plagiarism in Advanced Reading and Writing Courses [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Zeenath Reza Khan
Alla Anohina-Naumeca, Loreta Tauginienė & Tatjana Odineca: Addressing academic integrity policy of Baltic State-financed universities in online public space [Full paper]
Stephen Kuntz: Editing services: Libelous or liberating? [Full paper]
Nosheen Naz: Academic integrity and quality assurance in higher education [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Sabiha Mumtaz
Ivana Hebrang Grgić: Teaching about plagiarism at higher education level [Full paper]
Muhammad Shahbaz: Students and teachers’ perceptions about academic dishonesty at different faculties of a university in Pakistan [Full paper]
Sabiha Shala, Dukagjin Leka & Mimoza Hyseni-Spahiu: Challenges in publishing in newly established universities (Kosovo and Macedonia) [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Shiva Sivasubramaniam
Mike Reddy & Clare Johnson: An academic speed awareness course: Developing FREE resources for prevention/probation of academic offenders [Working paper]
Kostantinos Leftheriotis, Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos, Athanassios Triantafyllides & Emmanuel Varouhas: Understanding academic integrity principles using the sociological imagination: An experiment [Working paper]
Isabella Navarro-Grueter, Cecilia Ivonne Quintanilla & Jean Gabriel Guerrero: Center for integrity: Reflection, commitment and actions [Working paper]
Smyrna
12:45-13:45LunchAegean Restaurant
13:45-14:30Plenary by Tomáš Foltýnek:
Plagiarism: technical versus political solutions
Session chair: Tracey Bretag
Main Hall
14:35-15:25Concurrent Session 2
Session chair:
Martine Peters
Salim Razı: Fallacies in the interpretation of text-matching software similarity reports [Workshop]Main Hall
Session chair:
Ece Zehir Topkaya
Mariya Chankova & Irena Vassileva: Attitudes towards plagiarism in academia: A pilot study [Full paper]
Jolanta Bieliauskaitė & Natalija Valavičienė: Forms of solidarity in the context of academic integrity: Perceptions of students and lecturers [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Marco Cosentino
Zeenath Reza Khan, Sabiha Mumtaz, Priyanka Hemnani & Sanjana Raheja: Pilot study to pave way for exploring contract cheating among higher education students in UAE [Full paper]
Muhammad Ramzan: Insights into university students’ perceptions about plagiarism [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos
Dukagjin Leka & Bajram Kosumi: Plagiarism in Plagiarism in Kosovo and its perception in Kosovo and Albania society [Full paper]
Harun Serpil: Gaming the machine: Text-recycling and automatic spinning to minimize plagiarism in medical articles [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Milan Ojsteršek
Paraskevi Kleanthous, Angelika Kokkinaki, Styliani Kleanthous Loizou & Louis Nisiotis: A 3D virtual world for awareness and training on academic integrity topics [Full paper]
Celina Garza: Academic misconduct – the IB’s use of a tailor-made text matching software [Full paper]
Smyrna
15:25-16:00Coffee BreakLobby Hall
16:00-16:45Sponsor session 1 (Turnitin)
Gill Rowell & Maarten Jan Horck: Turnitin: A journey in academic integrity
Session chair: Salim Razı
Main Hall
17:00-18:00ENAI Annual General Meeting[open to all delegates]
Session chair: Tomáš Foltýnek
Artemis
19:30-23:00Gala DinnerConvention Centre Dining Hall
2nd Day - 10 May 2018 (Thursday)
8:00-9:00RegistrationLobby Hall
9:00-10:00Keynote by Lex M. Bouter
Fostering responsible research practices: What can and should funders and journals do?
Session chair: Irene Glendinning
Main Hall
Concurrent Session 3
Session chair:
Oliver Trevisiol
John Paul Foxe, Andrea Ridgley, Suzanne Hicks, Naza Djafarova & Brenda Massey-Beauregard: Gamifying academic integrity education [Workshop]Main Hall
Session chair:
Mehmet Şahin
Loreta Tauginienė & Inga Gaižauskaitė: Integrity management in high schools: Paving a way to misconduct? [Full paper]
Irene Glendinning: Disparities in sanctions and practices across Europe for addressing violations to academic integrity [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Stella-Maris Orim
Ece Zehir Topkaya & Handan Çelik: Repercussions of academic dishonesty among English language educators: A study of academic and social perspective[Full paper]
Adeela Rehman: Academic integrity and quality of research in higher education: Inclination and confrontation for young scholars [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Sabri Gürses
Faiqa Mansoor & Kanwal Ameen: Perspectives on role of university libraries to prevent plagiarism among research scholars[Full paper]
Amanda Martha Matee Mphahlele: Plagiarism in the South African Higher Education system: Discarding a common sense understanding [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Mehmet Sercan Uztosun
Clare Johnson: A practical guide to improving academic integrity in the classroom[Working paper]
Rebecca Awdry & Veronika Králíková: Global Essay Mills Survey project summary[Full paper]
Smyrna
10:50-11:20Coffee BreakLobby Hall
11:20-12:35Concurrent Session 4
Session chair:
Angelika Kokkinaki
Stephen Kuntz: Academic integrity endeavours: Moving from informing to integrating to integrity [Workshop]Main Hall
Session chair:
Clare Johnson
Sabri Gürses & Mehmet Şahin: Plagiarism in literary translation and retranslation [Full paper]
Zeenath Reza Khan, Halim Khelalfa, Jawahitha Sarabdeen, Priyanka Hemnani & Sanjana Raheja: Paving the way for an higher ed academic integrity policy review in the UAE [Full paper]
Andrzej Kurkiewicz: Reforming the disciplinary measures in Poland’s higher education in historical perspective [Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Jolanta Bieliauskaitė
Müge Karakaş: The role of general self-efficacy on academic integrity [Full paper]
Ghazala Irfan Tabbasum: “The centre cannot hold”, issues of self-plagiarism in Pakistan [Full paper]
Emilia Sercan: Time as a predictor for plagiarism in Romanian academia [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Inga Gaižauskaitė
Elham Golzar Adabi, Dilek Pecenek & Markus Pissarek: An investigation of plagiarism on higher education students: Awareness, information sources, reasons [Full paper]
Shamima Parvin Lasker: Change of knowledge and attitude of post graduate medical students of Bangladesh by plagiarism education [Full paper]
Fahad Mahmood: Challenges and solutions for academic integrity in mass communication education in Pakistani universities [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Natalija Valavičienė
Loreta Tauginienė: Academic integrity glossary [Synopsis]
Michael Draper: A legal solution to contact cheating? [Synopsis]
Billur Yıldırım & Salim Razı: ELT students’ attitudes towards plagiarism: Their correlation with academic success and externalization[Synopsis]
Ece Zehir Topkaya & Mehmet Sercan Uztosun: Plagiarism and sanctions: Academics’ perceptions at postgraduate level [Synopsis]
Mediha Güner, Gonca Babadağ, Muhammet Özden & Ali Ersoy: Investigation of the graduates’ ethical decision-making patterns [Synopsis]
Smyrna
12:35-13:35LunchAegean Restaurant
13:35-14:35Invited Panel Discussion by Marco Cosentino, Laura Ribeiro & Shiva Sivasubramaniam:
Academic integrity in medical research and teaching
Session chair: Franca Marino
Main Hall
14:35-15:20Sponsor session 2 (Oxford University Press)
Haluk Şengeç: Wider angle of plagiarism
Session chair: Özgür Şahan
Main Hall
15:30-19:30Social Programme: Visit to EphesusEphesus ancient city
19:30-21:30DinnerAegean Restaurant
3rd Day - 11 May 2018 (Friday)
8:00-9:00RegistrationLobby Hall
9:00-10:00Keynote by Teddi Fishman
Stories and aims: How our academic integrity goals and the ways we talk about meeting them matter
Session chair: Tomáš Foltýnek
Main Hall
10:00-10:45Sponsor Session 3 (Citavi)
Martin Mittermeier: Software tools to avoid plagiarism in academia – different approaches to prevent and to sanction different forms of plagiarism
Session chair: Dita Dlabolová
Main Hall
10:45-11:15Coffee BreakLobby Hall
11:15-12:30Concurrent Session 5
Session chair:
Loreta Tauginienė
Dita Dlabolová, Veronika Králíková & Tomáš Foltýnek: Responsible student - responsible employee [Workshop]Main Hall
Session chair:
Mehmet Sercan Uztosun
Sonja Bjelobaba: Academic integrity skill development amongst the teaching staff at a Swedish university [Full paper]
Jean Gabriel Guerrero: Impact of an academic integrity seminar in the ethical behavior of college students[Working paper]
Sandra Lisa Stephenson: Towards a plagiarism framework for educators[Full paper]
Agora
Session chair:
Styliani Kleanthous
Tika Ram Pokhrel: Academic integrity in post/graduate students of teacher education program [Full paper]
Ifigenia Georgiou, Svetlana Sapuric & Angelika Kokkinaki: Ethics learning in Cypriot business schools [Full paper]
Aalia Sohail Khan & Mamoona Khan: Plagiarism and artefacts: A phenomenon of neglected ethics [Full paper]
Odeon
Session chair:
Alla Anohina-Naumeca
Clare Johnson & Mike Reddy: The student voice: What do we know about students’ perspective of Academic Integrity? [Full paper]
Hameeda Mazhar: Status of woman education and prevalence of plagiarism in Southern Punjab [Full paper]
Sabiha Mumtaz & Sanjai Parahoo: Impact of individual and cultural factors on passive cheating: A middle east study [Full paper]
Celcus
Session chair:
Özgür Şahan
Muhammad Rafiq Awan & M. Sarwar Bajwa: Culture of academic integrity: Practices of HEIs in Pakistan [Full paper]
Shiva Sivasubramaniam: A case study on class based (SCALE-UP) approach to counteract contract cheating [Synopsis]
Süleyman Gün: Academic dishonesty, alienation to university and anomie: Are they related anyway? [Synopsis]
Serhat Güzel & Salim Razı: ELT academics’ perceptions of plagiarism: Cross-cultural investigation of degrees [Synopsis]
Smyrna
12:30-13:15Sponsor Session 4 (Urkund)
Peter Witasp: Another GDPR presentation but with a twist: Plagiarism detection
Session chair: Tomáš Foltýnek
Main Hall
13:15-14:15LunchAegean Restaurant
14:15-15:00Plenary by Irene Glendinning:
Academic integrity in higher education institutions: A global perspective
Session chair: Teddi Fishman
Main Hall
15:00-16:00Invited Panel Discussion by Dukagjin Leka, Sabiha Shala, Agron Bajraktari & Mimoza Dushi:
The quest for academic integrity in Kosovo
Session chair: Irene Glendinning
Main Hall
16:00-16:30Coffee BreakLobby Hall
16:30-17:00Poster SessionMain Hall
Session chair:
Salim Razı
John Freeman: An institution-wide approach to reducing plagiarism in a UK university
Irene Glendinning, Stella-Maris Orim, Andrew King, Esme Spurling: How are quality assurance agencies and accreditation bodies responding to different forms of corruption in higher education?
Veronika Králíková, Jana Dannhoferová, Dita Dlabolová, Tomáš Foltýnek: Global essay mills survey: Results from the Czech Republic
Ivana Hebrang Grgić & Mihaela Guskić: Scientists’ awareness of predatory journals
Main Hall
17:00-17:05Delegates’ choice best papers announcement:
Award - “Handbook of academic integrity” by Tracey Bretag
Main Hall
17:05-17:10Invitation: 5th International Conference Plagiarism across Europe and Beyond 2019 by Loreta TauginienėMain Hall
17:10-17:30Closing CeremonyMain Hall