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’

Committees

Organizing Committee

Salim Razı Salim Razı (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey), Conference chair
salimrazi@gmail.com
Salim Razı works as an assistant professor and he is the head of the English Language Teaching Department of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey, where he trains English as a foreign language teachers and offers graduate courses. He is a Board member of the European Network for Academic Integrity. He developed ‘Transparent academic writing rubric’ to enable more reliable assessment in academic writing. His recent research focuses on detecting and preventing plagiarism in academic writing through his ‘Anonymous multi mediated writing model’ that he was awarded the Turnitin Global Innovation Award in 2015.


Tomáš Foltýnek Tomáš Foltýnek (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Rebublic), Associate chair
foltynek@pef.mendelu.cz
Tomáš Foltýnek is a vice-dean for international affairs at the Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic. He has been dealing with plagiarism since 2008. He was involved in EU-funded project "Impact of policies for plagiarism in higher education across Europe" and has organized conferences and workshops about plagiarism since 2013. He is a member of the Ethical committee of the Higher education council in the Czech Republic and member of Steering group of Pan-European Platform for Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education established by the Council of Europe. He is main coordinator of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project "European Network for Academic Integrity" In this keynote address, the European Network for Academic Integrity asan organisation supporting higher education institutions to work together in the field of academic integrity will be introduced and officially launched.


Irene Glendinning Irene Glendinning (Coventry University, UK), Abstract review coordinator
ireneg@coventry.ac.uk
Dr Irene Glendinning is Academic Manager for Student Experience, based in Coventry University’s Office of Teaching and Learning. She has worked in higher education for 27 years, starting as a lecturer in computer science. Until 2010 she managed different academic portfolios covering undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes and international partnerships. She then became Principal Investigator and project manager for the Erasmus funded project Impact of Policies for Plagiarism in Higher Education Across Europe (IPPHEAE). Irene continues to be actively involved in several research initiatives concerning strategies and policies for improving academic integrity and reducing corruption in education.


Dita Dlabolová Dita Dlabolová (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Rebublic), Conference programme and programme book coordinator
dita.dlabolova@mendelu.cz
Dita Dlabolová works as assistant at Department of Informatics at MENDELU and teaches computer science courses. In her Ph.D. studies she focuses on improvement of tools for electronic testing of knowledge. Dita Dlabolová is one of the founding members of MENDELU academic integrity group. She participated in the IPPHEAE project, SEEPPAI project and currently in project European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI). In May 2017 she was elected as a member of auditing group of ENAI. Co-organiser of the conference “Plagiarism across Europe and beyond” in 2013, 2015 and 2017, her role was communication responsible, in 2015 and 2017 was part of the team of reviewers.


Pavel Turčínek Pavel Turčínek (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Rebublic), Web coordinator
pavel.turcinek@pef.mendelu.cz
Pavel Turčínek works at Mendel University in Brno as a research assistant at the Department of Informatics (Faculty of Business and Economics). He takes care of web conference system. His main area of interest in research are database systems and decision support systems.


Conference Secretariat

Özgür Şahan Özgür Şahan (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey), Treasurer & social programme coordinator
ozgursahan66@hotmail.com
Özgür Şahan is an EFL instructor at Bursa Technical University, Turkey, where he is also the Assistant Director of the School of Foreign Languages. He is a PhD student at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University and is currently working on his PhD dissertation in which he investigates the rater reliability and rater cognition in EFL writing assessment. His research interests are language testing, assessing writing, EAP and ESP, and intercultural communication on which he presented several papers in international conferences and published articles in national and international journals.


Nalan Tur Nalan Tur (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey), Registration desk coordinator
trnalan@gmail.com
Nalan Tur is an EFL instructor at Istanbul University, Turkey, where she instructs English via distance education and coordinates facilities of instructing English through distance education. She is a PhD student at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University and is currently working on her PhD dissertation in which she investigates learners' beliefs and attitudes on the teaching of English through distance and open education. Her research interests also include learner beliefs and attitudes.


Mustafa Çoban Mustafa Çoban (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey), Accommodation & transportation coordinator
mustafa.coban@btu.edu.tr
Mustafa Çoban works as an EFL instructor at the School of Foreign Languages of Bursa Technical University, Turkey. He is also a PhD candidate of Applied Linguistics program at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey. His research interests are ESP/EAP, program evaluation, corpus linguistics methodology, World Englishes and ELF, language policy and planning.


Kari Coffman Şahan Kari Coffman Şahan (Oxford University, UK), Communication coordinator
kari.sahan@new.ox.ac.uk
Kari Coffman Şahan is PhD student in Applied Linguistics at the University of Oxford, Department of Education. Her research explores English as a medium of instruction (EMI) in higher education institutions in Turkey, looking at variations in EMI policy and practice at the institutional and classroom levels. She was a Fulbright grantee with the English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) program from 2012-2014 in Tukey, where she worked as an EFL instructor at Bursa Technical University. She also worked as an ETA Program Advisor for the Turkish Fulbright Commission from 2014-2016.


Local Scientific Board

Erdem Akbaş Erdem Akbaş (Erciyes University, Turkey)
erdemakbas@erciyes.edu.tr
Erdem Akbaş holds his PhD from University of York, UK (2014) and now works at the Department of English Language Teaching at Erciyes University, Turkey. He has participated and presented his research extensively at various reputable international conferences, and published articles in national and international journals/books. He is in the editorial team of Iberica, ELT, and International Journal of Applied Linguistics & English Literature as areviewer. His research interests include Discourse Analysis & Language Teaching; Written Discourse Analysis; Teaching Academic Writing; Language Curriculum Design & Evaluation; Contrastive Rhetoric.


Ayşe Akyel Ayşe Akyel (Yeditepe University, Turkey)
aakyel@yeditepe.edu.tr
Ayşe S. Akyel is a professor in the Department of Foreign Language Education at Yeditepe University, where she is also the Dean of the Faculty of Education. Prior to that, she served as the chair of the Department of Foreign Language Education, Faculty of Education, Boğaziçi University (1996-2005). Her research interests include teacher education and professional development, teacher cognition, approaches to teaching language skills, and content-based instruction. She has published in various journals both in Turkey and abroad.


Arda Arıkan Arda Arıkan (Akdeniz University, Turkey)
ardaari@gmail.com
Graduating from Hacettepe University's American Culture and Literature BA program and completing master's level courses in the same department without completing the thesis, Prof. Dr. Arikan completed his PhD at Penn State University in the field of Multilingual and Multicultural Education, Language and Literacy Instruction in 2002. In 2010, he became an associate professor and became a full professor in September 2016. He is currently employed at Akdeniz University's Department of English Language and Literature. He continues researching as a generalist in education, literature and culture.


Sümeyra Buran Sümeyra Buran (Social Sciences University of Ankara, Turkey)
sumeyra.buran@asbu.edu.tr
Sümeyra Buran is an assistant professor of English Language and Literature at Social Sciences University of Ankara. She is also a member committee in the Unit of Women Studies and Problems in Academia at the Council of Higher Education. She is studying English Literature, British Women Writers, Women Studies, Academic Women, Social Gender Inequality, Gender Mainstreaming, Violence Against Women and Femicide, Science Fiction Literature, Cyber and Cyborg Literature, and TechnoFeminism. She has coined a new approach with her recent book “TechnoFeminist Science Fiction.” She has a professional working experience covering preparation and implementation of projects, programs and program strategies on gender equality issues, violence against women, mobbing, social dialogue, gender discrimination, human rights (woman, child, refugee, and disabled, disadvantaged people’s rights), woman labour law, addiction, women entrepreneurship and status of women academics and presidents.


Feryal Çubukçu (Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey)
fcubukcu@deu.edu.tr
Prof. Dr. Feryal Cubukcu got her B. A. and M.A. on ELT and Ph.D. on literary theories. She has currently been working at Dokuz Eylul University. Her main interests are psycholinguistics, applied linguistics, literary theories and film studies. She has published 5 books and more than 100 articles.


Kenan Dikilitaş Kenan Dikilitaş (Bahçeşehir University, Turkey)
kenandikilitas@gmail.com
Kenan Dikilitaş, who works at Bahçeşehir University Istanbul, is an ELT teacher educator and researcher, particularly interested in teacher research for professional development. He has organized international conferences for the IATEFL Research SIG and conducted teacher research projects in Turkey; he has published several edited books.


İsmail Hakkı Erten İsmail Hakkı Erten (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
iherten@hacettepe.edu.tr,iherten@gmail.com
İsmail Hakkı Erten is a professor of applied linguistics and English language teaching at Hacettepe University, Turkey, where he is currently employed. His research studies focus on reading processes and vocabulary acquisition, affective aspects of learning English as an additional language, and teacher education. His recent research focused on academic self-concept and achievement attributions in language learning. His work has appeared in scholarly journals such as System, European Journal of Teacher Education, Hacettepe University Journal of Education, and Reading in a Foreign Language. He currently serves as the editor-in-chief of Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics (www.ejal.eu).


Esim Gürsoy Esim Gürsoy (Uludağ University, Turkey)
esimgursoy@yahoo.com
Esim Gürsoy is currently an associate professor at the ELT Department of Uludağ University, Turkey. She holds an M.A. in teacher education from Ohio University, USA and a Ph.D in English Language Teaching from Anadolu, University, Turkey. She has many published research articles in international journals. She has authored and edited books and also is the author of several book chapters. Her research interests include, teaching English to young learners, pre-service teacher education, teaching practice, and integrating socially responsible teaching to ELT.


Turgay Han Turgay Han (Ordu University, Turkey)
turgayhan@yahoo.com.tr
Turgay Han (PhD) is an Assistant Professor of English. After teaching for ten years at Kafkas University(2006-2016), he joined Ordu University in 2016. His areas of research center on EFL measurement and assessment issues, individual differences in language learning, and his areas of scholarship include assessing language skills, using G-theory to examine score variability and reliability of EFL writing assessments.


Mümine Kaya Keleş Mümine Kaya Keleş (Adana Science and Technology University, Turkey)
mkaya@adanabtu.edu.tr
Mümine Kaya Keleş was born in 1986, in Adana, Turkey. She received the BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Engineering from Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey, in 2009 and 2011, respectively. She received PhD degree in Computer Sciences Division of Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey. She is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering at the Adana Science and Technology University. Her research interests include Data Mining, Plagiarism Detection, Distance Education, Text Mining, Information Retrieval, Text/Document Processing, Web Mining, Database Management Systems, Natural Language Processing, and their applications.


Dinçay Köksal Dinçay Köksal (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey)
koksal.dincay@gmail.com
Dinçay Köksal is a full-time professor at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Faculty of Education, Department of English Language Teaching, Çanakkale, Turkey. He is the Dean of Faculty of Education. He is also the founder chair of International Association of Educational Researchers. He is currently teaching the postgraduate courses such as the philosophy of educational research and SLA research.


Mustafa Tekin Mustafa Tekin (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey)
tekinmustafa@comu.edu.tr
Dr. Mustafa Tekin works as an assistant professor at the ELT Department of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey. He received his PhD from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. His research interests include vocabulary acquisition, speaking skills, English as a Lingua Franca, and intercultural communicative competence.


David Thornton David Thornton (Bilkent University, Turkey)
tdavid@bilkent.edu.tr
Dr David Thornton is a native of North Wales, UK. He is an historian of medieval Britain, and holds a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic. Since 1997, he has been lecturing in History at Bilkent University, Turkey, and between 2007 and 2016, he was also Library Director at Bilkent. Dr Thornton is an active user of Turnitin and has spoken at number of conferences on student plagiarism. In his spare time, he plays rock guitar and reads Spider-man comics.


Mehmet Sercan Uztosun Mehmet Sercan Uztosun (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey)
sercanuztosun@gmail.com
Mehmet Sercan Uztosun is a teacher educator in the English language teaching department at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University. He holds the degree of doctor in education in TESOL. His research interests include the teaching of speaking English as a foreign language, self-regulation, action research, teacher competence, and entry career motivations. He conducts research studies and publishes articles that focus on profiling pre-service and in-service teachers of English, exploring self-regulatory motivations for improving speaking English as a foreign language, and improving the effectiveness of English speaking classes.


Olcay Sert Olcay Sert (Hacettepe University, Turkey)
sertolcay@yahoo.com
Olcay Sert is the director of Hacettepe University Micro-Analysis Network (HUMAN) Research Centre, the editor of Classroom Discourse journal (Routledge), and is the author of Social Interaction and L2 Classroom Discourse, published by the Edinburgh University Press in 2015. His main research approach is Conversation Analysis and his research deals primarily with classroom discourse, L2 interactional competence, and language teacher education.


Mehmet Şahin Mehmet Şahin (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey)
rbsmsahin@gmail.com
Mehmet Şahin completed his undergraduate studies in the Department of Translation and Interpretation and got his master's degree in Teacher Education at Bilkent University. He received his PhD degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a minor in MA in Applied Linguistics/TESOL at Iowa State University. His research studies during his doctoral studies were mainly on computer-assisted language learning and language technologies. Mehmet Şahin is now working as an associate professor of translation and interpretation at Izmir University of Economics. His research interests include translation and interpreting technologies, plagiarism in translation, machine translation, and translator and interpreter training.


Aysun Yavuz Aysun Yavuz (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey)
yavuzaysun@hotmail.com
Aysun Yavuz (Dr) is an associate professor at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Faculty of Education, Department of English Language Teaching, Çanakkale, Turkey. She holds a BA in English Language and Literature (Ege University, Izmir, Turkey) and an MEd in Communicative Language Teaching (University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) and an EdD in Teacher Education (University of Nottingham, UK). She is currently teaching linguistics, research skills, teaching practice at undergraduate level and fundamental issues in teacher education at postgraduate level. She is particularly interested in language teacher education, teaching practice, reflective teaching and practice, methods and approaches in language teaching, needs assessment and use of literature in language teaching.


Amanda Yeşilbursa Amanda Yeşilbursa (Uludağ University, Turkey)
ayesilbursa@uludag.edu.tr
Originally from Manchester in the UK, Amanda Yeşilbursa has 28 years of experience in the field of English Language Teaching. She has taught students from pre-school to post-graduate level in the UK, Taiwan and Turkey. She has been involved in teacher education in Turkey since 2003. She is currently a member of faculty at Uludağ University, Bursa. Her research interests include reflective practice and foreign language teacher education, and she has published articles and book chapters nationally and internationally. She is married with twins.


Ece Zehir Topkaya Ece Zehir Topkaya (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey)
ecetopkaya@yahoo.com
Ece Zehir Topkaya is an associate professor at the Faculty of Education, ELT Department of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University. She offers courses at undergraduate and graduate levels. Her research interests include teacher education, language program evaluation, and psychology of learning and teaching.


ENAI Scientific Board

Jolanta Bieliauskaitė Jolanta Bieliauskaitė (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
jolanta.bieliauskaite@yahoo.com
Dr. Jolanta Bieliauskaitė is an associate professor at the Institute of Public Law and a researcher of Academic Ethics Center at Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania). She is also a president of the Lithuanian section of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR). Her research interests are jurisprudence, legal and academic ethics, legal education. In addition to her teaching and research activities at the university, she also delivers professional ethics workshops for legal practitioners and is an organizer of national and international scientific events in relevant fields.


Ece Zehir Topkaya Ilze Birzniece (Riga Technical University, Latvia)
Ilze.Birzniece@rtu.lv
Ilze Birzniece, Dr.sc.ing., is a researcher in computer science field and director of Study Department at Riga Technical University, Latvia. She has been participating in international scientific society by means of publications, scientific projects and conference organization committees. Topic of the Doctoral thesis: "Development of Interactive Inductive Learning Based Classification System's Model" where are discussed topics in machine learning and curriculum comparison by proposing an approach for interactive inductive learning based indirect study course classification system. She introduced Code of Academic Integrity in Riga Technical University in 2016.


Erik Borg (Coventry University, UK)


Ece Zehir Topkaya Marco Cosentino (University of Insubria, Italy)
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marco_Cosentino
https://uninsubria.academia.edu/MarcoCosentino
Marco Cosentino is Professor of Medical Pharmacology at the University of Insubria since 2001. He holds a MD cum laude, University of Pavia (1990) and a PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Turin (1996). Present appointments at the University of Insubria include: director of the Center for Reseach in Medical Pharmacology, director of the School of Specialization in Medical Pharmacology, Coordinator of the PhD program in Experimental and Clinical Medicine and Medical Humanities, Coordinator of the graduate School on Methodology, Ethics and Integrity in Biomedical Research. He served in several Ethics Commitees for human and animal experimental research and contributed to writing the Academic Ethics Code of the University of Insubria. Prof. Cosentino is co-responsible for teaching research integrity issues to PhD students and early stage researchers, as well as for optional seminars for MD students about integrity and conflict of interest in biomedical research.


Dita Dlabolová Dita Dlabolová (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic)
dita.dlabolova@mendelu.cz
Dita Dlabolová works as assistant at Department of Informatics at MENDELU and teaches computer science courses. In her Ph.D. studies she focuses on improvement of tools for electronic testing of knowledge. Dita Dlabolová is one of the founding members of MENDELU academic integrity group. She participated in the IPPHEAE project, SEEPPAI project and currently in project European Network for Academic Integrity (ENAI). In May 2017 she was elected as a member of auditing group of ENAI. Co-organiser of the conference “Plagiarism across Europe and beyond” in 2013, 2015 and 2017, her role was communication responsible, in 2015 and 2017 was part of the team of reviewers.


Tomáš Foltýnek Tomáš Foltýnek (Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic)
foltynek@pef.mendelu.cz
Tomáš Foltýnek is a vice-dean for international affairs at the Faculty of Business and Economics, Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic. He has been dealing with plagiarism since 2008. He was involved in EU-funded project "Impact of policies for plagiarism in higher education across Europe" and has organized conferences and workshops about plagiarism since 2013. He is a member of the Ethical committee of the Higher education council in the Czech Republic and member of Steering group of Pan-European Platform for Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education established by the Council of Europe. He is main coordinator of the Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships project "European Network for Academic Integrity" In this keynote address, the European Network for Academic Integrity asan organisation supporting higher education institutions to work together in the field of academic integrity will be introduced and officially launched.


Irene Glendinning Irene Glendinning (Coventry University, UK)
ireneg@coventry.ac.uk
Dr Irene Glendinning is Academic Manager for Student Experience, based in Coventry University’s Office of Teaching and Learning. She has worked in higher education for 27 years, starting as a lecturer in computer science. Until 2010 she managed different academic portfolios covering undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes and international partnerships. She then became Principal Investigator and project manager for the Erasmus funded project Impact of Policies for Plagiarism in Higher Education Across Europe (IPPHEAE). Irene continues to be actively involved in several research initiatives concerning strategies and policies for improving academic integrity and reducing corruption in education.


Július Kravjar Július Kravjar (Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information, Slovakia)
julius.kravjar@gmail.com
Julius Kravjar works for the Slovak Centre of Scientific and Technical Information (SCSTI) as a project manager of a national project “Plagiarism Detection System for Slovak Academic and Research Institutions” (SK ANTIPLAG). This system has been mandatory for all Slovak higher education institutions since 2010 and it has significantly improved plagiarism awareness among students. Julius is responsible for SK ANTIPLAG’s further development and smooth operation. As a team member, he also participates in numerous national and international projects of the SCSTI to support science, research, development, innovation and education. Prior to joining the SCSTI, he held several positions in software development as a developer, analyst, team-leader and in marketing of software and hardware services in the agricultural and banking sector. He graduated in Mathematics (MSc) at the Comenius University in Bratislava and continued in Informatics as a postgraduate.


Franca Marino Franca Marino (University of Insubria, Italy)
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Franca_Marino
Franca Marino is Researcher in Medical Pharmacology at the University of Insubria. She graduated in Biological Sciences and took the PhD in Pharmacology at the University of Pavia. Dr. Marino is Coordinator of the PhD program in Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology, member of the Faculty of the PhD program in Experimental and Clinical Medicine and Medical Humanities and member of the scientific commitee of the graduate School on Methodology, Ethics and Integrity in Biomedical Research at the University of Insubria.


Anna Michalska Anna Michalska (Coventry University, UK)
aa8789@coventry.ac.uk
Anna is a Lecturer in Business and Management and an Associate Course Director for BA in Business Administration at Coventry University. She has extensive experience in Higher Education, ranging from studying at different universities across Europe and beyond, conducting research with a view to enhancing student experience, as well as teaching in different fields and disciplines of Business/Management. Her current PhD research concerns the nature of variations in attitudes of European students towards plagiarism. Anna is also an Academic Conduct Officer investigating cases of misconduct and discouraging any form of academic dishonesty in the School of Strategy and Leadership.


Milan Ojsteršek Milan Ojsteršek (University of Maribor, Slovenia)
milan.ojstersek@um.si
Milan Ojsteršek received the PhD degree in computer science from the University of Maribor in 1994. He is a head of Laboratory for Heterogeneous Computer Systems at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. His research focuses on digital libraries, open access, natural language processing, plagiarism detection and academic integrity.


Stella-Marris Orim Stella-Marris Orim (Coventry University, UK)
S.Orim@coventry.ac.uk
Dr Stella-Maris Orim is Lecturer in Information Systems at Coventry University, UK. She completed her undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering and then went on to carry out a Master’s degree in Internet Computing and Network Security at Loughborough University UK. While carrying out further Masters study she was involved with the EU-funded (IPPHEAE) project as a researcher.
Following her involvement and reflection on her past study experiences she has developed an interest in researching issues related with Higher Education Quality and Standards. She explored student plagiarism in Nigerian Universities and developed a conceptual model for managing the occurrence.


Salim Razı Salim Razı (Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey)
salimrazi@gmail.com
Salim Razı works as an assistant professor and he is the head of the English Language Teaching Department of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey, where he trains English as a foreign language teachers and offers graduate courses. He is a Board member of the European Network for Academic Integrity. He developed ‘Transparent academic writing rubric’ to enable more reliable assessment in academic writing. His recent research focuses on detecting and preventing plagiarism in academic writing through his ‘Anonymous multi mediated writing model’ that he was awarded the Turnitin Global Innovation Award in 2015.


Laura Ribeiro Laura Ribeiro (University of Porto, Portugal)
lribeiro@med.up.pt
Laura Ribeiro is Professor of Biochemistry at Faculty of Medicine of U. Porto (FMUP) since 1999 and also of Humanities in Medicine. She holds a PhD in Human Biology. She coordinates the Master Course Academic and Clinical Education and the curricular unitsIntegrated Master Thesis Project and Academic integrity of the Master Degree in Medicine as units of PhD courses. Researcher at Instituto de Investigação e Inovação em Saúde (I3S) U. Porto, member of the Scientific and Editorial Council of the U. Porto Editions and Director of the International Relations and Mobility Office. Member of ENAI-European Network for Academic Integrity.


Ansgar Schäfer Ansgar Schäfer (University of Konstanz, Germany)
Ansgar.Schaefer@uni-konstanz.de
Ansgar Schäfer, plagiarism prevention specialist at the Communication, Information, Media Centre, University of Konstanz/Germay. Many years of experience in research, teaching, training, tutoring, and project management. Didactical qualifications with a focus on student assessment and educational design; member of the university’s commission for academic misconduct. Responsible for the development of teaching and learning material, trainings, and organisational change. Independent Consultant on plagiarism prevention and Council of Europe expert.


Shiva Sivasubramaniam Shiva Sivasubramaniam (Nottingham Trent University, UK)
shiva.sivasubramaniam@ntu.ac.uk
Dr Shiva Sivasubramaniam is a group leader for pharmacology in Nottingham Trent University. He is also a fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and Institute of Biomedical science (FIBMS). As a student focussed educator, his research interests include blended learning activities using students as partners, peer-assisted learning with problem solving skill development, and laboratory-linked enquiry based learning activities. Most importantly he has developed and delivered several workshops to address the issue of plagiarism to the academic/student communities. He is an active member of European Network of Academic Integrity and published several manuscripts on plagiarism prevention, ways to address contract cheating.


Loreta Tauginienė Loreta Tauginiene (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
lotaugi@mruni.eu
Dr. Loreta Tauginienė, acting as a Head of Academic Ethics Centre as well as researcher at Mykolas Romeris University, has published over 10 publications on university social responsibility, stakeholder engagement, science in society and academic ethics. She is a co-author of 4 books, some of them published by Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI (Germany), Edward Elgar Publishing, Routledge. Loreta is a member of the Board of the European Network for Academic Integrity.


Oliver Trevisiol Oliver Trevisiol (University of Konstanz, Germany)
oliver.trevisiol(at)uni-konstanz.de
Dr. Oliver Trevisiol is a subject librarian for history and education at the Communication, Information, Media Centre (KIM), University of Konstanz, Germany. He is also responsible for activities related to the prevention of plagiarism and digitization. He received his PhD in history form University of Konstanz in 2004


Natalija Valavičienė Natalija Valavičienė (Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania)
natalija.valaviciene@gmail.com
Dr. Natalija Valavičienė is a sociologist, lecturer in Sociology of Migration, Sociology of Globalisation, and other courses at Mykolas Romeris University (Vilnius) as well as the member of Lithuanian Sociological Association. She has published several scientific articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, participated with presentations in conferences, is a co-author of handbook on social research methods. Since 2016, she is a researcher of Academic Ethics Centre at MRU, where with research group were engaged in research project „Academic ethics in Mykolas Romeris University: experiences and perspectives“. Ethics in social research is one of the topic thought on lectures of her courses.


International Scientific Board

Tricia Bertram Gallant Tricia Bertram Gallant (University of California, USA)
tbertramgallant@ucsd.edu
Tricia Bertram Gallant, Ph.D. is the author of Academic Integrity in the Twenty-First Century: A Teaching and Learning Imperative (Jossey-Bass, 2008), co-author of Cheating in School: What We Know and What We Can Do (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), editor of Creating the Ethical Academy: A Systems Approach to Understanding Misconduct & Empowering Change in Higher Education (Routledge, 2011), and section editor for the Handbook of Academic Integrity (Springer, 2016). She is the Director of the UC San Diego Academic Integrity Office and International Center for Academic Integrity Transition Co-Chair, and has been an ethics lecturer with the Rady School of Management.


Tracey Bretag (University of South Australia, Australia)
tracey.bretag@unisa.edu.au
Associate Professor Tracey Bretag is the Director of the UniSA Business School Office for Academic Integrity. For 15 years, Tracey’s research has focussed on academic integrity. Since 2011 she has led four Australian Office for Learning and Teaching funded research projects, and is currently co-leading (with Rowena Harper) the Contract Cheating and Assessment Design project. Tracey is the founding Editor of the International Journal for Educational Integrity (SpringerOpen), Editor-in-Chief of the Handbook of Academic Integrity (2016), former Chair of the Asia-Pacific Forum on Educational Integrity, and Former President of the Executive Board to the International Center for Academic Integrity.


Peter E. Coughlin Peter E. Coughlin (EconPolicy Research Group, Ltd, Maputo, Mozambique)
econpolicy@gmail.com
Peter E. Coughlin (Ph.D., 1975, Univ. of New Mexico), an industrial and agro-industrial economist with 37 years of professional experience in eastern and southern Africa. He authored an analysis of Plagiarism in five universities in Mozambique: Magnitude, detection techniques, and control measures, published in 2015 by the International Journal of Educational Integrity. In the 1980s and 1990s, he was a university senior lecturer in Kenya and professor in Mozambique, where, in different moments, he taught courses about research methods, industrial economics, economic planning, and economic development policy and strategy. Since, 1999, he has worked as a consultant and, currently, is the managing partner of EconPolicy Research Group.


Pieter Drenth (VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands)


Teddi Fishman Teddi Fishman (International Center for Academic Integrity, USA)
Teddifish@gmail.com
Dr. Teddi Fishman spent most of the last decade directing the International Center for Academic Integrity. She earned her PhD from Purdue University and teaches an eclectic range of courses in subjects including ethics in popular culture, and the relationship between science, technology, and society, as well as her main discipline, rhetoric and communication. She is a proponent of participatory, problem-based pedagogies to foster learning, engagement, and academic integrity.


Nathalia Franco Perez Nathalia Franco Perez (Universidad EAFIT, Colombia)
nafranco@eafit.edu.co
Nathalia Franco Pérez is the Head of the Center for Integrity at Universidad EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications, a Master’s degree in Latin American and Caribbean Studies from Florida International University (FIU), and a Master’s degree in Ethics and Democracy from Universidad de Valencia, Spain. Previously, Ms. Franco worked for HBO Latin America Group in Miami and served as Research Assistant at FIU. She also worked as a TV news reporter at a local news station in Medellín for several years. Ms. Franco joined EAFIT in 2010 as Head of Communications and Culture and then led the University Press for three years. In 2011, she began leading a project on Academic Integrity that in July 2016 led to establishment of the Center for Integrity.


Graham Hall (Northumbria University, UK)
g.hall@northumbria.ac.uk
Graham Hall is Associate Professor in Applied Linguistics/TESOL at Northumbria University, UK, where he teaches on an MA in Applied Linguistics for TESOL. He is editor of ELT Journal, author of 'Exploring English Language Teaching: language in action' (Routledge 2011/2017), and editor of The Routledge Handbook of ELT (2016). His own research interests are the use of the students' L1/own-language in the language classroom, teacher research, and critical approaches to ELT.


Zeenath Khan Zeenath Khan (University of Wollongong in Dubai, UAE)
zeenathkhan@uowdubai.ac.ae
Dr. Zeenath Reza Khan is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences at UOWD. She completed her PhD in Ethics and E-cheating among students at the University of Wollongong in Australia. Her research interests are in community informatics, ethics in IT, teaching and learning, and STEM for girls. She has been nominated for and won a number of international awards for her contribution to research. She is currently a Fellow of Wollongong Academy of Tertiary Teaching Excellence (WATTLE). She chaired the International Conference on Academic Integrity and authored the upcoming book, Exploring Emerging Academic Integrity Issues in the Middle East.


Thomas Lancaster (Staffordshire University, UK)
http://thomaslancaster.co.uk
Dr. Thomas Lancaster is an experienced academic leader and researcher into academic integrity with a subject background in Computer Science. Thomas has spoken at and worked with universities around Europe and the world, most prominently in the role of Associate Dean at Staffordshire University. Thomas is best known for writing the original research study into contract cheating. He continues to be prominent researcher in the research field with recent work looking at essay mill marketing and exam cheating. Thomas also offers training, consultancy and PhD supervision and regularly appears in the media.


Erika Löfström Erika Löfström (Tallinn University, Estonia & University of Helsinki, Finland)
Erika.Lofstrom’at’tlu.ee
Dr. Erika Löfström is Vice Rector for Innovation in Education at Tallinn University, and Research Director at the University of Helsinki. Her research areas include research ethics and integrity, plagiarism, academic and supervision. Löfström is chair of the ethics review committee for research on human participants (University of Helsinki), and a member of the Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity. She has been a member of various integrity-related working groups coordinated by the Finnish Advisory Board on Research Integrity, e.g. the doctoral supervision and ethics education working groups. She was also a member of the European Advisory Committee for the 2017 World Conference on Research Integrity. Löfström is also head of the doctoral program in educational sciences at Tallinn University


Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos Evangeline Litsa Mourelatos (The American College of Greece, Greece)
emourelatos@acg.edu
Evangeline (Litsa) Mourelatos has been teaching at the American College of Greece - Deree for over three decades. Raised in Canada, Litsa returned to her native Greece to realize her inclination for teaching and combine the best of two worlds. Her passion for academic integrity began early in her career, allowing her to spearhead many initiatives that have mobilized the building of an academic integrity culture at her institution. Such mobilization includes a full Faculty Retreat on the subject - at a time when distinctly few international colleges were exploring the subject - to the organization of an International conference in Athens, 2016. Her AI interests span many topics, the most recent of which is contract cheating.


Isabella Navarro Grueter Isabella Navarro Grueter (University of Monterrey, Mexico)
isabella.navarro@udem.edu.mx
Isabella Navarro has worked at UDEM for over 20 years. Since 2011, she is the Vice-President for Student Affairs and has under her responsibility the implementation of the characteristic Formative Model of the University. This Model strives to help students grow in all of their dimensions as individuals and strengthen their values and competencies to be successful in their personal and professional lives. Different projects have been developed under her leadership, such as the creation of the Integrity System, which later became the Center for Integrity. This Center promotes academic honesty, invites other educational institutions to work on the topic and links with governmental, private and nonprofit organizations.


Ann Rogerson Ann Rogerson (University of Wollongong, Australia)
annr@uow.edu.au
Dr Ann Rogerson is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Business at University of Wollongong (UOW) whose research on academic integrity has received national and international recognition. Ann shares her knowledge and expertise in prevention, detection and education about academic integrity via interactive sessions, webinars, and through presentations at local and international conferences. Ann is a reference group member on the Australian OLT Project ‘Contract Cheating and Assessment Design’, on the executive of the Asia Pacific Forum for Educational Integrity (APFEI), and on the editorial board of the International Journal of Educational Integrity (IJEI, Springer).


Ide Bagus Siaputra Ide Bagus Siaputra (University of Surabaya, Indonesia)
siaputra@gmail.com
Dr. Ide Bagus Siaputra (Bagus) earned his doctoral degree of psychology (psychometrics), from the Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM). He has worked as a lecturer at Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Surabaya (UBAYA) since 2003. He also served as Head of General Psychology Laboratory. He has a strong passion in development and validation of psychological assessments, especially in the area of personality, employability, and academic integrity. Since 2011 he was entrusted as Editor-in-Chief of ANIMA Indonesia Psychological Journal (AIPJ). He also became a member of the editorial board at Makara Human Behavior Studies in Asia (Makara Hubs-Asia) and the International Journal of Educational Integrity (IJEI).


Sonia Vasconcelos Sonia Vasconcelos (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
svasconcelos@bioqmed.ufrj.br
Sonia Vasconcelos is associate professor at the Science Education Program of the Institute of Medical Biochemistry Leopoldo de Meis (IBqM), Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). She teaches science communication, research methodology, and research ethics/integrity, and most of her research focuses on these areas. Sonia is currently vice-coordinator of the Professional Masters Program in Science Education at IBqM. She has been among the organizers of Brazilian Meeting on Research Integrity, Science and Publication Ethics (BRISPE), held biannually in Brazil since 2010. She was local co-chair of the 4th World Conference on Research Integrity (4WCRI).


Greg Wheeler Greg Wheeler (Sapporo Medical University, Japan)
wheeler@sapmed.ac.jp
Greg Wheeler has called Sapporo, Japan home since 1996. He presently works at Sapporo Medical University, where he teaches a variety of English language classes, as well as Japanese literature. Much of his research focuses on issues of a “moral” nature concerning academia in Japan. Particularly, he has tried to dispel the popular but mistaken stereotype that plagiarism is considered an accepted (and even encouraged) practice in Japan due to it being a part of Japanese “culture.” During his leisure time, he enjoys going on cycling trips to the many very beautiful areas Hokkaido has to offer.


Legal Advisors

Efecan Dileyici Efecan Dileyici (Council of Higher Education, Turkey)
av.efecandileyici@gmail.com
Efecan Dileyici was born in 1991 in the province of İzmir in Turkey. After graduating from Kırıkkale University Department of Law, he started to work in the Council of Higher Education in Office of Legal Consultancy as an assistant specialist. He is still working in Higher Education, at the Board of Inspection. Along with Research and Publication Ethics, Intellectual Law, Higher Education, he is actively interested in Law of Higher Education, Regulations for Doctorate Examination, Directive on Higher Education Ethics.


Mehmet Kanbur Mehmet Kanbur (Council of Higher Education, Turkey)
av.mehmetkanbur@gmail.com
Mehmet Kanbur was born in 1991 in Kayseri. He completed his internship at Ankara Bar after he had graduated from Marmara University, Department of Law. He has been working at the Council of Higher Education, Office of Legal Consultancy and Equivalency Department. He has presented on Research and Publication Ethics at international conferences. After extensive training, he also received a certificate on intellectual and industrial property law. He is pursuing his Master’s Degree at Kırıkkale University on ‘Public Law’.


Muzaffer Ünsal Muzaffer Ünsal (Council of Higher Education, Turkey)
av.muzafferunsal@gmail.com
Muzaffer Ünsal was born in 1992 in the province of Yozgat in Turkey. After graduating from Kırıkkale University Department of Law, he started to work in the Council of Higher Education in Office of Legal Consultancy as an assistant specialist. He is currently pursuing his master’s degree at Istanbul University related to Higher Education Management at the Interuniversity Department Publication Ethics. He has contributed to the preparation of directive on ethics of higher education constitutions as well as in the field of Research and Publication Ethics, Intellectual Property and Higher Education.