Good assessment design can play a huge part in reducing opportunities for students to commit academic misconduct. Find out how at this workshop.
What staff need(s) will the workshop meet?
I need to understand more about plagiarism and be able to spot typical mistakes in assessment design which can lead to academic misconduct occurring.
I’m about to review all the assessments on my programme and want to make a start on ‘designing out’ plagiarism.
Through this you will...
In this workshop you will explore New Forms of Plagiarism and how to deter plagiarism through assessment design. Working with sample assessment briefs, you will have the chance to identify problematic issues and consider revisions which ‘design out’ opportunities for plagiarism.
If you have assessment briefs of your own that you would like to revise, please feel free to bring them along. There will be time for you to redesign them with help from our workshop providers and your colleagues.
Who would benefit from this workshop
Please book yourself a place via U4BW
From the U4BW course catalogue, type ‘ilt’ in to the course box to see all C@N-DO workshops.
If you experience any problems booking a place, email Marie Graham.
Why not try out our Designing Out Plagiarism Staff Toolkit? This DIY resource allows individual academic staff or programme teams to reflect on their assessment designs and apply some of the lessons that are also explored in the workshop.
In this workshop you will explore ways in which to design assessments that help to deter academic misconduct.
This workshop will help you explore assessment methods you could use in your subject area to ensure quality assessments which deter academic misconduct.
Within this workshop you will develop your understanding of how students learn, the reasons for academic misconduct & strategies to discourage such practice.
A sound understanding of issues of academic misconduct will help you to ensure the quality of your courses and assessments.
This workshop will encourage you to consider how new forms of plagiarism are emerging across the HE sector and consider how to address this through good assessment design.
Supporting HEA fellowship
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