Tag: plagiarism

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hybridpedagogy.org > Shea Swauger
Our Bodies Encoded: Algorithmic Test Proctoring in Higher Education
2 apr. 2020 - Cheating is not a technological problem, but a social and pedagogical problem. Technology is often blamed for creating the conditions in which cheating proliferates and is then offered as the solution to the problem it created; both claims are false.
 · algorithmic-bias · black-struggle · calls-for-papers · education · educational-surveillance · educational-technology · eugenic-gaze · eugenics · facial-recognition · feminism · gender · plagiarism · proctoring · proctorio · racist-technology · sexual-violence · solutionism · surveillance · trans-rights · turnitin

lindaduits.nl > Linda Duits
Waarom ik maar beter kan stoppen met controle op plagiaat
11 dec. 2020 - Plagiaat is een hobbyproject van me, in de zin dat ik er overmatig mee bezig ben. Niet alleen in columns (ik heb het nagezocht: dit wordt mijn vierde over dit onderwerp), maar ook in mijn onderwijs. Ik sta in de eerste werkgroep altijd uitgebreid stil bij de passage in de syllabus, zo uitgebreid dat studenten vaak verzuchten ‘jaha Linda, nu weten we het wel’. Om vervolgens alsnog plagiaat te plegen.
 · educational-surveillance · plagiarism

hackeducation.com > Audrey Watters
Robot Teachers, Racist Algorithms, and Disaster Pedagogy
3 sep. 2020 - I have volunteered to be a guest speaker in classes this Fall. It's really the least I can do to help teachers and students through another tough term. I spoke tonight in Dorothy Kim's class "Race Before Race: Premodern Critical Race Studies." Here's a bit of what I said...
 · algorithmic-bias · black-struggle · educational-surveillance · educational-technology · plagiarism · proctoring · project-iis · racist-technology · turnitin · united-kingdom

educationaltechnologyjournal.springeropen.com > Alla Anohina-Naumeca, Debora Weber-Wulff, Dita Dlabolová, Jean Guerrero-Dib, Július Kravjar, Laima Kamzola, Özgür Çelik, Salim Razı and Tomáš Foltýnek
Testing of support tools for plagiarism detection
27 jul. 2020 - There is a general belief that software must be able to easily do things that humans find difficult. Since finding sources for plagiarism in a text is not an easy task, there is a wide-spread expectation that it must be simple for software to determine if a text is plagiarized or not. Software cannot determine plagiarism, but it can work as a support tool for identifying some text similarity that may constitute plagiarism. But how well do the various systems work? This paper reports on a collaborative test of 15 web-based text-matching systems that can be used when plagiarism is suspected. It was conducted by researchers from seven countries using test material in eight different languages, evaluating the effectiveness of the systems on single-source and multi-source documents. A usability examination was also performed. The sobering results show that although some systems can indeed help identify some plagiarized content, they clearly do not find all plagiarism and at times also identify non-plagiarized material as problematic.
 · not-read · plagiarism

dailynous.com > Amanda Askell, Annette Zimmermann, C. Thi Nguyen, Carlos Montemayor, David Chalmers, GPT-3, Henry Shevlin, Justin Khoo, Regina Rini and Shannon Vallor
Philosophers On GPT-3 (updated with replies by GPT-3)
30 jul. 2020 - Nine philosophers explore the various issues and questions raised by the newly released language model, GPT-3, in this edition of Philosophers On.
 · algorithmic-art · algorithmic-bias · art · artificial-intelligence · chat-bots · consciousness · disinformation · freedom-of-speech · gpt-3 · justice · language · philosophy · plagiarism · racist-technology

www.robinwharton.com > Robin Wharton
Re-Thinking Plagiarism as Unfair Competition
24 mar. 2006 - In her article, “The Economics of Authorship: Online Paper Mills, Student Writers, and First Year Composition,” in College Composition and Communication, our moderator, Kelly Ritter argues that in re-thinking plagiarism and how we should respond to the so-called plagiarism “crisis,” we must take a closer look at the circumstances that lead some of our students to cheat by purchasing papers from on-line paper mills. She observes that, “In order to truly understand how and why students continue to engage in dishonest practices in the composition classroom, we thus must seek to understand how and when students see themselves as authors; how students see themselves as consumers, not just in the purchase of a college education, but also in a society defined by anonymity, convenience, and privacy; and how students reconcile the warring concepts of author and consumer in the space of their own writing.” Thus, in Ritter’s analysis, “these occasions of whole-text plagiarism may fail to ‘patch’ together source material [in the sense of Rebecca Moore Howard’s definition of patch-writing], but they still show a lack of recognition on the students’ part that authorship is valuable and that published writing is more than a product for the taking.” Ritter’s insight is valuable because it recognizes that even deliberate cheating is a strategic choice that students make based on a weighted analysis of “interconnected economic, academic, and personal needs,” and reveals how an emphasis on “ownership” and writing as property can contribute to an environment in which students come to view writing as a commodity and themselves as consumers, rather than as producers and authors.
 · not-read · plagiarism

hybridpedagogy.org > Jesse Stommel and Sean Michael Morris
A Guide for Resisting Edtech: the Case against Turnitin
15 jun. 2017 - A funny thing happened on the way to academic integrity. Plagiarism detection software (PDS), like Turnitin, has seized control of student intellectual property. While students who use Turnitin are discouraged from copying other work, the company itself can strip mine and sell student work for profit.
 · critical-thinking · plagiarism · podcast · project-nhl · turnitin