Plagiarist or Collaborator? Discussion on April 5 at 12:30
Last semester we held a discussion group to further conversations on academic integrity. This spring we hope to continue the conversations with a discussion of Rebecca Moore Howard's works (see below). Ms. Howard is a noted author on the topic of authorship, agency and plagiarism. This discussion group meeting will be Tuesday, April 5 beginning at 12:30 pm in the Library Conference Room on the main level. Lunch will be provided. Rebecca Moore Howard will be the keynote presenter at Faculty Development Day on Thursday, May 5, as the final speaker of the Humanities Speakers Institute Series on Authorship, Agency, and Global Citizenship.
If you would like to join us on Tuesday, April 5, please respond to Jackie Kremer at email@example.com.
STUDENTS ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND. PLEASE RSVP.
Thanks so much for considering this opportunity. We look forward to these conversations.
DiMenna-Nyselius Library Staff – Christina McGowan and Jackie Kremer
Center for Academic Excellence – Kathy Nantz
Center for Academic Engagement – Beth Boquet
Humanities Institute Grant – Cinthia Gannett
Rebecca Moore Howard’s work:
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.