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- are you a winner?
- Oxford’s First World War
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- learning from MOOCs
- lecture capture will set you free
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It’s not unusual for Oxford University students to receive unsolicited emails from ‘volunteers’ offering free plagiarism checking services. However tempting this may sound, sending your essay to anyone outside the university can lead to you being accused of plagiarism even … Continue reading
All in one day. Last week smoke rising from the Sheldonian indicated that this year’s triumvirate of Proctors and Assessor demitted and a new set were installed. The demitting Proctors deliver a jointly authored address which includes notes on their … Continue reading
Oxford University email users are subject to repeated spam and phishing attacks every week. Teams in IT Services do their best to block attacks and urge users not to respond. “The University is targeted by phishing campaigns and if only … Continue reading
In the light of yet another high profile plagiarism scandal amongst leaders and decisionmakers I wonder yet again what advice is being offered to the future leaders we educate at Oxford. The current policy (2008) on Undergraduate Teaching notes that … Continue reading
A recent article in The Times Higher Education describes the scandal and the challenge facing Harvard University: Allegations of cheating involving 125 students. Apparently ‘cheating is not unusual at Harvard’ “Harvard students feel like there’s a lot at stake, and … Continue reading
LTG is currently leading a project to look at institutional support for feedback and assessment, particularly focusing on the use of Turnitin to support academic writing and deter plagiarism. OUCS’s responsibilities in this areas are fourfold: • provision of direct access … Continue reading