The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Dr Hamish Macleod 'A routine of plagiarism detection structures-in distrust'
From Claire Sowton  Created from Event 3 The Manifesto for Teaching Online: Text has been troubled
A routine of plagiarism detection structures-in distrust. Plagiarism detection systems are seen by many as merely administrative aids to ease the academic assessment workload. Hamish Macleod argues that when used routinely, they send a message of fundamental suspicion which risks distorting teacher-learner relationships and students’ emerging understanding of academic dialogue.
This talk forms part of a series of three book launch events held in September and October 2020 to mark the publication of The Manifesto for Teaching Online:
Re-coding, 16th September.
We are the campus, 7th October.
Text has been troubled, 15th October.