Syracuse University Library will host a panel discussion about supporting responsible student research and the complexities of plagiarism on Tuesday, March 6 from 2 to 3:30 p.m.in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons on the 1st floor of Bird Library.
Geared to faculty, librarians, graduate student TA’s, student advisors, and university administrators, this discussion will offer local, institutional, and cultural perspectives on the issue, including the effects of plagiarism on different student populations and what faculty may do about it.
Panelists from several areas of the University will discuss University policy, report on their own experiences and concerns, present examples of current research in student writing and citing behavior, and discuss approaches to teaching that could help faculty prepare students to conduct research responsibly.
- Gary Pavela, Director of the University’s Academic Integrity Office
- Rebecca Moore Howard, Professor of Writing and Rhetoric
- Steven Lux, Director of the Executive Education Program, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
- Diane Wiener, Director of the Disability Cultural Center
The session will be facilitated by Lisa Moeckel, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education at Syracuse University Library.
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