30 April 2019 at 12pm to 2pm
Location: Cardiff Atrium CAD301
Part of our Assessment and Feedback Seminar Series – Promoting Academic Integrity with your students
Presenters: Clare Johnson (FCES), Gwen Jones (Academic Registry), Catherine Naamani (CELT)
This seminar will combine presentations and the opportunity, through using case studies and examples from Turnitin, to understand the University’s policy on academic misconduct and what this means in a learning and teaching context.
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Other seminars in this series are:
Developing Innovative Assessment Approaches
18 June 2019, 12-2, Treforest B107
Presenters: Thomas Lanbourne (FCES) & Rachel Lock-Lewis (FBS)
In this session, participants will hear from colleagues who have re-designed their approach to assessment to promote good academic practice and innovation. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss with colleagues ways in which they might plan assessment to design out plagiarism.