HDR candidates must attend this session at least once during the first 12 months of candidature (full-time equivalent).
Plagiarism comprises not only direct copying of aspects of another person’s work but also the reproduction, even if slightly rewritten or adapted, of someone else’s ideas. In both cases, someone else’s work is presented as one's own. Explore the issue of plagiarism as it applies to higher degree by research candidates and their advisors. ‘SafeAssign’ is a text matching tool available to both staff and students at JCU. It checks submitted papers against web sources, proprietary databases and other submitted materials for matching phrases. Using 'SafeAssign', you can submit your written work electronically and a text-matching report is generated.
This workshop has been recorded, and HDR candidates have the option of viewing the recording in LearnJCU and answering questions about the content.
In addition, an Epigeum module on plagiarism is available through LearnJCU (click here for more details). Note that the Epigeum module does not replace the workshop conducted by Dr Lynch, either in face to face or recorded format.
|Townsville||Thursday 22 March 2018||9:00am to 11:00am||JCU Halls of Residence, Endeavour Room|
|Cairns||Thursday 12 April 2018||9:00am to 11:00am||D3-059|
|Cairns||Thursday 6 September 2018||9:00am to 11:00am||TBA|
|Townsville||Thursday 13 September 2018||9:00am to 11:00am||JCU Halls of Residence, Endeavour Room|
Registrations open 6 weeks prior to the workshop date via CareerHub.
It is preferable that attendance at this workshop is face to face but if you are unable to attend for a particular reason you may complete the equivalent online module in LearnJCU. The module can be found in the Higher Degree by Research Organisation and is in the Academic Integrity, Plagiarism and SafeAssign folder. For information on how to access the organisation please refer to the Using CareerHub and LearnJCU guide.