A Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education (2nd ed)
Fully revised and up-to-date second edition now available
In this edition, there is a greater emphasis on institutional policies and procedues for dealing with plagiarism. Other core chapters cover:
- course design
- teaching students the necessary skills
- detecting and punishing offenders
- reviewing institiutional policies
This comprehensive text provides teachers with all the information and advice that they need to deal with specific issues. In addition, it is full of exercises and tried-and-tested activities to inform and interest both students and academics.
Jude Carroll was a Principal Lecturer and Deputy Head of ASKe, the Assessment Standards Knowledge exchange at Oxford Brookes University. She researches, writes and presents workshops across the UK and internationally on effective management strategies for plagiarism. She continues this work as an independent educational development consultant.
Reviews of the first edition
‘Carroll shows a deep understanding of motives and issues from the students’ points of view, as well as an equally sound appreciation of the problems that academics have in preventing, detecting or bringing to light instances of plagiarised work…The Handbook seems to me to be essential reading for anyone involved in assessment.’
Susannah Hanlon, Northumbria University
‘I will certainly buy this Handbook… and use it. I strongly recommend it to all academics who teach, assess or administrate university courses…’
David Horne, Queen Mary, University of London
The first editionof this book has been reviewed by the Learning and Teaching in Higher Education journal, issue 1.