Wollongong, 28-30 September 2009
All papers for the conference are available here. The first page of each paper is the 1-pager.
Some papers underwent external peer review and were accepted as refereed papers, as indicated by "refereed paper" at the bottom of each page.
All queries to Brian Martin, email@example.com
The customer isn't always right: limitations of "customer service" approaches to education, or why higher ed is not Burger King
Dan Wueste and Teddi Fishman
Judgments about plagiarism and plagiarising students in institutional definitions
Whistleblowing experiences: can we really do anything?
Determining outcomes for academic misconduct: is it more important to be consistent or fair?
Tracey Bretag and Margaret Green
Criminal intent or cognitive dissonance: how does student self plagiarism fit into academic integrity?
R. Todd Hartle, Lindy Kimmins and Henk Huijser
The integrity of integration: the ethics of exchange student welfare in undergraduate programmes at a French higher education institution
Faculty ethics unveiled: scholarship - et tu, brute?
Susan R. Madsen and James H. Davis
Can we reliably determine intent in cases of plagiarism?
Jon Yorke, Kathryn Lawson and Graham McMahon
Priorities in teaching ethics
Ethical tensions in a disability label?
The perception of referencing and plagiarism amongst students coming from Confucian heritage cultures
Molly Yang and Stephen Lin
Scholarly practice the Australian way: an academic skills course for postgraduate students
Kirsten Wahlstrom, Helen Johnston and Chris Steketee
Partnering with the academy to enhance educational integrity: lessons learnt at the coalface
Dallas Wingrove and Kylie Budge
Back-translation: the latest form of plagiarism
Decline in academe
Kim R. Sawyer, Jackie Johnson and Mark Holub
Issues of inclusivity for online distance learners: an academic learning support perspective
Meeta Chatterjee and Paul Moore
Creating confidence: developing academic skills and information literacy behaviours to support the precepts of tertiary academic performance
Lindy Kimmins and Adrian Stagg
Pathways into bullying: the place of educational integrity
The assessment of ethics
The various incarnations of an online academic integrity module, or whose responsibility is it anyway?
Alisa Percy, Venkat Yanamandram and Sandra Humphrey
The role of the university academic integrity advisor
James Lee and Charles Sumbler
Dialogue and disputation: towards an ethics of academic discourse
Links are not enough: using originality reports to improve academic standards, compliance and learning outcomes among postgraduate students
Grace McCarthy and Ann Rogerson
Academic co-creative inquiry: creating inclusive processes for learning
How is research on academic plagiarism in China conducted? A preliminary investigation of the recent change in the style of writing in an academic journal
Embedding copy detection within an automated submission system for programming assignments
Pursuing mediocrity: academics should be ashamed
C Nick Kalman
Embedding academic integrity at the University of Wollongong
Pauline Lysaght with Yvonne Kerr and Lucia Tome
The effectiveness of plagiarism detection software as a learning tool in academic writing education
Brad Stappenbelt and Chris Rowles
Reminiscences of the University of Sydney psychology department's discipline-focused education of young John (1958-65) under O'Neil's god professorial reign (1945-65): academic freedom, fairness in evaluation, and educational integrity
Taking action on academic integrity at one Australian university
A space odyssey: the implications of moving the writing center into the virtual world
Managing university reputations
Research apprenticeship: is this the answer to inadvertent plagiarism in undergraduate students' writings?
Electronic portfolios: balancing learning and assessment
Plagiarism, ethics and education: where to now?
Wendy Sutherland-Smith and Sue Saltmarsh
to be announced
"We know it when we see it" is not good enough: toward a standard definition of plagiarism that transcends theft, fraud, and copyright
to be announced