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Cheating, Plagiarism, and Disruptive Conduct. New Faculty Orientation, FCTL, August 15, 2006 Nancy A. Stanlick, Ph.D. Department of Philosophy stanlick@mail.ucf.edu 407-823-2273. Cheating and Plagiarism. What are cheating and plagiarism? One is the broad category; the other more specific

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cheating plagiarism and disruptive conduct

Cheating, Plagiarism, and Disruptive Conduct

New Faculty Orientation, FCTL, August 15, 2006

Nancy A. Stanlick, Ph.D.

Department of Philosophy

stanlick@mail.ucf.edu

407-823-2273

cheating and plagiarism
Cheating and Plagiarism
  • What are cheating and plagiarism?
    • One is the broad category; the other more specific
  • Why do they occur?
  • How do they occur?
methods of cheating
Methods of Cheating
  • Cheating bottles
  • Body writing, hat brims, shoes
  • Leg fans, academic support bras
  • PDAs, cell phones, text messages, MP3s
  • Duplicate blue books, test form replacements
  • Phantom students
methods of plagiarizing
Methods of Plagiarizing
  • Internet
    • Plagiarism web sites.
    • Google searches
    • Translations
    • Custom Papers
  • Old fashioned plagiarism
prevention and detection of c p
Prevention and Detection of C & P
  • Technology
    • http://www.turnitin.com
    • http://www.google.com
  • Expectations stated explicitly in syllabi (next slide)
  • UCF Golden Rule and Creed
  • Building Academic Communities
sample statement for syllabi part i
Sample Statement for Syllabi (Part I)
  • Plagiarism or cheating of any kind on an examination, quiz, or assignment will result at least in an “F” for that assignment (and may, depending on the severity of the case, lead to an “F” for the entire course) and may be subject to appropriate referral to the Office of Student Conduct for further action. See the UCF Golden Rule at http://www.goldenrule.ucf.edu
sample statement for syllabi part ii
Sample Statement for Syllabi(Part II)
  • Assignments or any graded element of the course must also be your own work. There is noting wrong with seeking the assistance of others (in fact, helping each other to study for exams is highly recommended) for help in understanding concepts, principles, or methods, but simply obtaining answers from another person and turning them in as your own is certainly unacceptable.
sample statement for syllabi part iii
Sample Statement for Syllabi(Part III)
  • I will assume for this course that you will adhere to the academic creed of this University and will maintain the highest standards of academic integrity. In other words, don’t cheat by giving answers to others or by taking them from anyone else. I will also adhere to the highest standards of academic integrity, so please do not ask me to change (or expect me to change) your grade illegitimately or to bend, break or change rules for one person that cannot or will not apply to everyone.
sample statement for syllabi part iv
Sample Statement for Syllabi(Part IV)
  • All assignments and papers for this course are subject to submission to http://www.turnitin.com.
academic honesty agreement sample from final exam for introduction to philosophy
Academic Honesty AgreementSample from Final Exam for Introduction to Philosophy
  • At the beginning of this online version of the final exam, indicate below whether you agree or do not agree. If you do not agree, STOP this exam now – you cannot take it. If you do agree, proceed to the rest of the questions. “I, YOUR NAME, will adhere to the highest standards of academic integrity and will not cheat by taking answers from anyone else or giving them to others. Further, I will not open web sites, including content modules and notes inside WebCT for this or any other course, nor will I open, look at, or otherwise look for or take information from any other source or any other files of any kind while taking this exam.”
    • This statement/agreement can be included in an online course or as part of a traditional course examination that students will sign. Blue Books also often have pledges of honesty that students are to sign prior to submitting their exams.
turnitin com
Turnitin.com
  • Available to all UCF faculty from the Office of Student Conduct/Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
    • Send an e-mail to pmackown@mail.ucf.edu (Patricia MacKown, Director, Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities/Office of Student Conduct) to make an appointment
    • “Training” usually takes about 10-15 minutes
    • Easy to use, reliable, and it’s provided for faculty to use at no cost to their departments or to themselves
how turnitin com works
How turnitin.com works
  • Go to http://www.turnitin.com
  • Log in
  • Submit or pick up papers and reports
  • Turnitin.com vs. Google/Yahoo searches
    • What does turnitin.com do that Google and Yahoo don’t do?
    • What’s easier about it?
at the osc site
At the OSC Site
  • OSC/OSSR site: http://www.osc.sdes.ucf.edu
  • Faculty and Staff Resources
  • UCF Rules of Conduct
  • Explanation of the Conduct Review Process
  • Incident Report Form (very important)
  • Seminar in Academic Integrity
seminar in academic integrity
Seminar in Academic Integrity
  • Go to http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~stanlick and click on the link for “Office of Student Conduct Ethics Information”
  • Common Content
    • Concepts of Community
    • Ethical Theories
    • Analogies to illegal music downloads
    • Info about on and off-campus academic resources (Do you know what these are?)
additional resources
Additional Resources
  • Center for Academic Integrity
    • Case Studies: http://www.academicintegrity.org/mem_caseStudies.asp
  • Ethics Updates
    • See: http://ethics.sandiego.edu/Resources/AcademicIntegrity/Index.asp