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Academic Integrity

Standing in the Shadow of Giants - Dicsussion

Spring 2011 Discussion Group

Another fruitful discussion about academic integrity will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 12:30 in the Library Conference Room. We will focus on works by Rebecca Moore Howard. Ms. Howard is a noted author on the topic of authorship, agency and plagiarism. She will be the keynote presenter at Faculty Development Day.

Readings:

1. Forget about Policing Plagiarism. Just Teach from the Chronicle of Higher Education (11/16/2001) – short article

2. Plagiarism in the Internet Age from Educational Leadership v. 66 no. 6 (March 2009)   -short article

3. Standing in the Shadow of Giants : Plagiarists, Authors, Collaborators

  • Library also has two copies of this book on Reserve, available at  Reserves Desk Main Level -  PN167 .H69 1999. Or contact Cinthia Gannett for a copy.


Sponsored by:

  • DiMenna-Nyselius Library Staff – Christina McGowan and Jackie Kremer
  • Center for Academic Excellence
  • Center for Academic Engagement
  • Humanities Institute Grant

Facilitating Discussion

Fall 2010 Discussion Group

With this faculty/staff discussion group, we hope to engage one another around important questions of academic integrity and plagiarism.  Our goal is to develop a better understanding of student attitudes, and of best practices that faculty and staff can embrace to help guide students towards academic honesty.

We are happy to report Fairfield University has joined the Center for Academic Integrity.  For our first meeting, we invite you to read the Center for Academic Integrity’s online document "The Fundamental Values of Academic Integrity"

 

  • We will follow this by two meetings in the Spring where we will be discussing Rebecca Moore Howard's Standing in the Shadow of Giants.  

 

Sponsored By:  

  • DiMenna-Nyselius Library Staff – Christina McGowan and Jackie Kremer
  • Center for Academic Excellence 
  • Center for Academic Engagement