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Faculty Plagiarism Workshop

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Understanding your student's culture is a key to being able to interact with them about complex topics like Plagiarism.

Understanding your student's culture is a key to being able to interact with them about complex topics like Plagiarism.

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    • Understanding your students Plagiarism and culture
    • A little about your students
      • Born between 1984 and 1988
      • Have never known consume-only culture
      • Were in elementary school when the first graphical web browser launched
      • Education is a means, not an end
      • Bombarded with a culture of copy
    • Culture of Copy
      • Movies
    • Culture of Copy
      • Music
    • A Musical Interlude "Nel Cimitero di Tucson" From the 1968 spaghetti Western Django, Prepare a Coffin (Preparati la Bara!)
    • Culture of Copy
      • Television
    • Culture of Copy
      • Education
        • Grown up on Group Work
        • Have always been “taught to the test”
        • Find academia confusing
    • My research
      • 4 Student Workshops
        • They all knew what plagiarism was
        • Were able to identify key issues
      • So what does this mean?
        • They know…
        • …but they can’t transfer meanings…
        • …and academic writing is really hard.
    • How do we help?
        • Ethical not legal problem
        • Be clear about ethics in your discipline
        • Clear guidelines for group work
        • Procedural papers
          • Bibliography, draft, revision
        • Take up folders rather than papers
        • Library instruction
          • Research
          • Citation
      • Jason Griffey
      • [email_address]
      • Facebook
      • AIM: utcrefJason
      • del.icio.us/griffey/plagiarism
      • Or just come see me in the reference department