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|Title:||Plagiarism: Moving from punitive to pro-active approaches|
|Authors:||Eaton, Sarah E.|
|Keywords:||higher education;plagiarism;academic integrity;academic misconduct;academic dischonesty;Canada|
|Publisher:||Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary|
|Citation:||Eaton, S. E., Guglielmin, M., & Otoo, B. (2017). Plagiarism: Moving from punitive to pro-active approaches. In A. P. Preciado Babb, L. Yeworiew, & S. Sabbaghan (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the IDEAS Conference 2017: Leading Educational Change Conference (pp. 28-36). Calgary, Canada: Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.|
|Abstract:||Plagiarism continues to be an issue in postsecondary contexts. This paper discusses how educators can take a proactive stance to prevent plagiarism and cultivate students’ sense of honour and academic integrity, rather than focusing on punitive consequences after plagiarism has already occurred. Strategies include assessment design, formative feedback, and academic integrity education. Recommendations for educators are included.|
|Appears in Collections:||IDEAS 2017: Leading Educational Change|
Eaton, Sarah E.
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