Task design: tips & tricks
Adapt tasks to include/address actual topics
Protocol: declaration of own work
Include mandatory components (articles, personal interview)
Recent references only
Annotated bibliography (summary, location, relevance)
Various degrees of seriousness
Proof vs. suspicion
Sanction vs. educate
Combine behavioural (punishment) and developmental sanctions.
Developmental activities: help raise students awareness, writing a
journal, develop ethical decision-making (capacity to resolve dilemmas).
Engage in dialogue
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Academic dishonesty: challenges & solutions by José Janssen (OUNL)