Dear colleagues,


Just to say a colleague and I have developed a plagiarism workshop that is working really well.



We are also primarily focussing on essay based plagiarism because our assignments are essays, but the approach we take is more than just about plagiarism, it is about teaching academic integrity, too.


Please see here a write-up of the workshop, and more resources related to this:


Also, my colleague and I have written an article about the workshop which has been accepted and will be published soon in the Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice.


Please, feel free to get in touch if I can help some more.

With kind regards




Mag. Nicole Brown MTeach, DipTrans, SFHEA

Secondary Teacher Education Programme Leader

Lecturer in Education


UCL Institute of Education

20 Bedford Way

London, WC1H 0AL


Office: Room 605

Telephone: +44 20 7612 6032

Mobile: +44 78 113 128 38


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Subject: Non-essay based plagiarism


Dear colleagues,


We are currently doing some work with our colleagues in our Quality Unit dealing with Plagiarism, and were asked about support and advice on how to prevent, detect, identify and deal with non-essay based plagiarism. We have looked at some existing research and guidance but most seems to focus on essays/written work.


Could anyone direct me to any relevant research/existing guidance on non-essay based plagiarism please?


Thank you all and will summarise and feedback to the group if people are interested!


Best wishes




Dr Alice Lau (FHEA)


Senior Lecturer – Academic Development

Group Organisational Development

Coventry University
Portal House, New Union Street

Coventry, CV1 2PL






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