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  • A benchmark tariff for the application of penalties for student plagiarism in higher education – published in June 2010 at the 4th International Plagiarism Conference, Newcastle, UKArose from original request by Baroness Deech, then Independent Adjudicator for HE, to examine the policy and practices of the sector when applying penalties for plagiarism.Tariff was created from responses to survey and based on data already collated from AMBER studies.
  • http://www.plagiarismadvice.org/documents/AMBeR Tariffv2.pdfTariff available as two page leaflet on PDF from plagiarismadvice.orgUses points based system for different elements involved in judging the severity of case of plagiarism.Bands for penalties were carefully designed to allow for wide range of judgements.
  • 380-479 – suggested penalties on the Tariff are:Assignment awarded 0% resubmission required but with no penalty on markAssignment awarded 0% resubmission required but mark capped or reduced

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  • 1. Should we have a nationally applicable plagiarism tariff?Dr Jo Badge@jobadge
    www.le.ac.uk
  • 2. Plagiarism Reference Tariff
    A benchmark tariff for the application of penalties for student plagiarism in higher education
    Full report
  • 3. Tariff
  • 4. International evaluation project
    Take 2009-10 plagiarism cases through tariff and compare the results against actual penalties awarded
    Data collected from 8 HEIs to date in : England, Wales, Ireland, Australia and distance-only
  • 5. Data
    155 cases submitted
    87% first offence
    54% match to tariff
  • 6. Number of cases by level and history
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9. Cases not matching the tariff
  • 10. Over to you
    Think of one case you’ve worked on and apply the tariff
    In what situations would the tariff not work in your institution?
    Would your institution adopt it?