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 in 2013

Conference Proceedings

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Special issue of International Journal for Educational Integrity containing best conference papers.

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Conference Programme

Wednesday 12th June 2013
K1Room Q02Keynote presentationsSession Chair: Tomas Foltynek
9:009:05Tomáš FoltýnekMendel University in BrnoOpening the conference
9:059:10Ladislav HavelVice-rector of Mendel University in BrnoWelcome
9:109:40Tracey BretagDirector: Global Experience, University of South AustraliaExemplary Academic Integrity Project: Key lessons for Australia, Europe and Beyond
9:4010:10Jude CarrollEducation consultantWhat we can and cannot learn from each other about managing plagiarism
10:1010:30Jiří JanoušekIS4UAnton: How Mendel University fights with plagiarism? A success story.
10:3011:00Coffee break

A1Room Q02Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integritySession Chair: Jude Carroll
11:0011:20Stephen GowUniversity of YorkA comparison of the Chinese and British cultural concepts of plagiarism by Chinese Master’s graduates of UK institutions who have returned to work in China
11:2011:40Stella-Maris Orim, Erik Borg, Isabella Awala-AleCoventry UniversityStudents’ experience of institutional intervention on plagiarism: Nigerian case
11:4012:00Erja MooreKarelia University of Applied SciencesSloppy referencing and plagiarism in students’ theses

A2Room Q15Workshop SessionSession Chair: Trudy Sommers
11:0012:00Trudy SomersNorthcentral UniversityWorkshop: Academic dishonesty and extenuating circumstances in the global classroom

K2Room Q02Keynote presentationsSession Chair: Catherine Demoliou
13:0013:30Gill RowellTurnitin academic advisorJourney in plagiarism and academic integrity in the UK over the past 10 years
13:3014:00Debora Weber-Wulff University of Applied Sciences, HTW BerlinPlagiarism in German Doctoral Dissertations : Before and beyond zu Guttenberg

B1Room Q02Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconductSession Chair: Linas Stabingis
14:0014:20Adrian LeeUniversity of YorkAssessing the Value of an Holistic Use of Turnitin to Promote Academic Integrity
14:2014:40Sivasubramaniam Shiva DasNottingham Trent UniversityElectronic plagiarism detection software as self-teaching tool for plagiarism avoidance in Bioscience undergraduates
14:4015:00Rui Sousa-Silva Aston University / Universidade do PortoInvestigating Academic Plagiarism: A Forensic Linguistics Approach to Plagiarism Detection

B2Room Q15Workshop SessionSession Chair: Tracey Bretag
14:0015:00Tracey Bretag, Gill Rowell, Teddi FishmanUniversity of South AustraliaWorkshop: Academic integrity in higher education: A global perspective

15:0015:30Coffee break Poster ExhibitionSession Chair: Tomas Foltynek

C1Room Q02Best practices and strategies for awareness, prevention, detection of academic misconductSession Chair: Krzysztof Jóźwik
15:3015:50Sharon FlynnNational University of Ireland, GalwayTeaching staff concerns about academic integrity and their implications for staff development
15:5016:10Tomáš Foltýnek, Jiří Rybička, Catherine DemoliouFaculty of Business and Economics, Mendel university in BrnoDo students think what teachers think about plagiarism?
16:1016:30David Dalton, Robert CraigPetroleum InstituteUnderstanding first year undergraduate student perceptions of copying and plagiarism: Developing a platform for a culture of honest inquiry and academic construction of knowledge.

C2Room Q15Internationalisation, student mobility and academic integritySession Chair: Debora Weber-Wulff
15:3015:50Julia Fallon, Neil WellmanCardiff Metropolitan UniversityInternational students’ attitudes and behaviours regarding unfair practices: an empirical study of MBA students
15:5016:10Blanka FarkováJan Amos Komensky University PragueIntertextuality in Student Works - Comparison of Results of the Swedish and the Czech Study
16:1016:30Angelika Kokkinaki, Catherine Demoliou and Melpo IacovidouUniversity of NicosiaStudents Perceptions on Plagiarism and Relevant Policies in Cyprus Universities

16:3017:30Free time
17:3018:30Sightseeing tram tour in Brno city center
18:3023:00Conference dinner

Thursday 13th June 2013
K3Room Q02Keynote debateSession Chair: Irene Glendinning
9:009:20Irene GlendinningCoventry UniversityProject IPPHEAE
9:2010:10Jude Carroll vs. Debora Weber-WulffLively debate
10:1010:30Coffee break

D1+E1Room Q02National and local responses to plagiarismSession Chair: Angelika Kokkinaki
10:3010:50Ľuboš Lunter, Daniel Jakubík, Šimon Suchomel, Michal BrandejsFaculty of Informatics, Masaryk UniversityInter-university Cooperation on Plagiarism Detection Systems in Czech Republic
10:5011:10Eckhard Burkatzki, Joost PlatjeTU Dresden - International Institute ZittauCultural differences regarding expected utilities and costs of plagiarism in high trust- and low-trust-societies - preliminary results of an international survey study
11:1011:30Aurelija Novelskaite, Raminta PucetaiteInstitute of Sociology, Lithuanian Social Research CenterPlagiarism in Lithuanian academia: formal definition and informal attitude
11:3011:50Julius Kravjar, Juraj NogeSlovak Centre of Scientific and TechnicStrategies and responses to plagiarism in Slovakia
11:5012:10Anna MichalskaCoventry UniversityStudents and staff voices on zu Guttenberg s case and its influence on plagiarism awareness in German HEIs

D2Room Q15Workshop SessionSession Chair: Irene Glendinning
10:3011:20Irene GlendinningCoventry UniversityWorkshop: Yes, they are all plagiarising, but what can be done to stop it?

E2Room Q15Innovation in use of e-tools and technologies for addressing plagiarismSession Chair: Gill Rowell
11:2011:35Tomas Kucecka, Daniela ChudaTechnologies Slovak University of Technology in BratislavaImproving Plagiarism Detection through the Document Content Segmentation
11:3511:50Daniela Chudá, Jozef Lačný, Maroš Maršalek, Pavel Michalko, Ján SúkeníkFaculty of Informatics and Information Technologies Slovak University of Technology in BratislavaPlagiarism Detection in Slovak texts on the Web
11:5012:05Ondřej Veselý, Jan KolomazníkFaculty of Business and Economics, Mendel university in BrnoPredicting number of search engine results to optimize online plagiarism detection
K4Room Q02Closing sessionSession Chair: Irene Glendinning
12:1012:30Closing remarks With contributions from keynote speakersClosing the conference


13:3018:00Sightseeing bus trip to Moravian Karst
18:0020:00Villa Tugendhat

Friday 14th June 2013
8:0015:00Optional sightseeing trip to Prague (not involved in the conference fee, participants are to pay extra 45 EUR)