Plagiarismadvice.org is seeking contributions of content to enhance their website www.plagiarismadvice.org and would like to invite submissions for consideration from practitioners in all sectors.
Submissions should be evidence-based and reflect current practice from within the academic community.
Short proposals of around 250 words should be received by 4th February 2011, they will be subject to peer review by the plagiarismadvice.org International Advisory Board (IAB). Funding may be available for successful proposals starting at £250 per project.
Proposals oulining possible content are invted (but not restricted to) on the following topics:
- Approaches to engaging students in discussions on plagiarism and academic integrity.
- Addressing plagiarism in non-text based disciplines.
- Addressing academic plagiarism at all levels, including research.
- Innovative means of assessment.
- Formative approaches to using Turnitin.
- Using Grademark in assessment for learning.
- Addressing plagiarism in Web 2 technologies, such as wikis, blogs, and other social networking media.
- Assessing the effectiveness of approaches to academic integrity.
Successful proposals will be notified by e-mail by 18th February 2011.
Content selected for inclusion on www.plagiarismadvice.org will be subject to an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Licence and plagiarismadvice.org will hold the copyright to any work submitted.
To submit a proposal please complete this form.