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Finishing the Jigsaw: consolidating and profiling the plagiarism awareness service at UCD Library

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Presentation given by Jennifer Collery, Liaison Librarian at University College Dublin Library, to the IFLA Information Literacy Section Satellite Meeting on August 14, 2014 in Limerick, Ireland.

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Finishing the Jigsaw: consolidating and profiling the plagiarism awareness service at UCD Library

  1. 1. Finishing the jigsaw – consolidating and profiling the Plagiarism Awareness Service at UCD Library Jenny Collery College Liaison Librarian University College Dublin Library
  2. 2. UCD Library Learning Support Model Adapted from ANZIL Standards by Lorna Dodd, UCD Library www.anzil.org
  3. 3. Context: University College Dublin • University Plagiarism Policy • Role of Libraries in Plagiarism Education • UCD Library Approach
  4. 4. Plagiarism Service Online (VLE Quiz & Web) Remediation Service On-demand lectures
  5. 5. Service Reposition Created by Susan Boyle
  6. 6. X 5 trans. & audio, Bord na Gaeilge Sonya Hood & Diarmuid Stokes, UCD Library
  7. 7. Avoiding Plagiarism Workshops Week 6 Semester 1 & 2 ..we have been warned all about plagiarism, we just aren’t sure what it is…” UCD Mature Student
  8. 8. Remediation Service …putting students on the right track
  9. 9. Developments 2014/15 • Student “Academic Integrity” Space (LibGuides) • Review content & format of plagiarism tutorial • Identify key leaders in Colleges & Schools around academic integrity or writing • International Students – look to develop services to support this significant cohort
  10. 10. In Summary • Reposition through Learning Support Menu • Development of new Online Tutorials • Offering Workshops (drop-in & take-away) • Continuation of Remediation Service • Continued Development
  11. 11. Bibliography Academic Secretariat UCD Registry (2005) Plagiarism Policy, Dublin: University College Dublin. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/registry/academicsecretariat/docs/plagiarism_po.pdf. Blum, S. (2010) My word! Plagiarism and college culture. Ithica, N.Y.: Cornell University Press. Boyle, S. and University College Dublin Library (2012) Learning Support Menu. Dublin: University College Dublin Library. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/library/supporting_you/support_teaching/learning_support/. Collery, J. 'Bradaíl - Seachain í thar aon rud eile! [Plagiarism - Avoid it at all costs!]', CONUL Annual Seminar, Trinity College Dublin. Collery, J. 'Enhancing educational outreach: development of an online plagiarism tutorial'', EdTech 2014, University College Dublin. Collery, J. 'Open Educational Resources: Nuts and bolts of developing an online plagiarism tutorial', LIR Annual Seminar, Trinity College Dublin. Dodd, L. and University College Dublin Library (2012) UCD Library Learning Support Model. Dublin: UCD Library. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/t4cms/Guide127.pdf. Gallant, T. B. (2007) 'The complexity of integrity culture change: A case study of a liberal arts college', Review of Higher Education, 30(4), pp. 391-+. Gallant, T. B. 'Where next? Integrity for the “real world”', 6th International Integrity & Plagiairsm Conference: promoting authentic assessment, Sage Gatehead, Newcastle. Lampert, L. D. (2008) Combating student plagiarism : an academic librarian's guide. Chandos information professional series Oxford: Chandos. Pecorari, D. (2013) Teaching to avoid plagiarism : how to promote good source use. Maidenhead, Berkshire: McGraw-Hill Education, Open University Press. Pellatt, J. 'Qualitative evalutation of an initiative to improve undergraduate referencing in a UK business school (APA)', 6th International Integrity & Plagiarism Conference: Promotion of authentic assessment, Sage Gateshead, Newcastle. University College Dublin (2009) UCD Strategy for Education and Student Experience, 2009 - 2013, Dublin: University College Dublin. Available at: http://www.ucd.ie/t4cms/registrar_education_strategy_framework.pdf.
  12. 12. Questions? Jenny Collery College Liaison Librarian University College Dublin Library

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