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Why invest more in developing students’ good academic practices

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posted on 2023-12-18, 16:15 authored by Encarna Trinidad

Blog post from 19th October 2022:

In a previous blog post, I outlined why and how I had sought to add to the existing efforts to promote the explicit and embedded teaching of good academic practices. The wider remit of the scholarship project in which I was involved at that time was, in fact, underpinned by three questions I had often pondered and had not had a chance to investigate during my time as Academic Conduct Officer at The Open University (OU):

Did plagiarism-related concerns emerge for students from some socio-economic groups more than others?

-To what extent were students’ chances to complete their module negatively affected by reported breaches of academic conduct?

How typical was it for signs of poor academic practice to be observed in more than one assignment by the same student?

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