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Joint International Conference on Ethics and Integrity in Academia: Plagiarism, Prevention, and Pedagogy in a New Digital Era

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Alyson E. King will present her research and chair two sessions at this conference in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada

Day 2: May 22, 2024
So, now what do I do? Tips for dealing with academic misconduct. Alyson King, Ontario Tech University, Canada

Day 3, May 23, 10h45-12h00 – Session Chair: Alyson King
The curriculum dilemmas in fostering future citizens to collaborate and to compete. Charlotta Rönn, Linnaeus University, Sweden
Al challenges in Estonian academic writing: lecturers’ perspective. Helen Hint &Djuddah A.J.
Leijen, University of Tartu, Estonia
Exploring Creative Engagement in Study Skills Classes of Multicultural Students: Using Students’ Opinions to improve Academic Integrity. Hysaj Ajrina, University of Wollongong, United Arab Emirates
Introducing t h e ENAI Academic Integrity Game Evaluator (EAIGE):A Tool for Assessing Gamified Approaches to Ethics Education. Leenath Keza Khan, University of Wollongong in Dubal, UAE; Jarret M. Dyer, College of DuPage, USA; Sonja Bjelobaba, Uppsala University, Sweden; Lorna Waddington, University of Leeds, UK; & Shiva Sivasubramaniam, University of Derby.

Day 4, May 24, 2024, 13h15-14h30 – Session Chair: Alyson King
Reimagining writing and learning: What students say about Generative Al. Alyson King & Pariss Garramore, Ontario Tech University, Canada
Student Attitudes Towards Al-Generated Text Detection Jasper Roe, James Cook University, Singapore & Mike Perkins, British University Vietnam, Vietnam
Perceptions of teaching staff and students on how academic integrity is embedded and upheld in post graduate taught education. Natasha Croome, Imperial College London, UK

Date & Time:
May 21, 2024, 08:00 AM -
May 24, 2024, 05:00 PM  UTC-4
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