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Ruth Ní Bheoláin

Hibernia College

October 2021

Part 1 – Reframing Academic Integrity Perspectives

21st October

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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December 2021

Part 2 – Responding to Unintentional Academic Impropriety: Teaching, Learning and Assessment Approaches

2nd December

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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February 2022

Part 3 – The Challenge of Academic Naivety/Impoverishment, National and International

17th February 2022

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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March 2022

Part 4 – Student Representative Panel

24th March 2022

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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