5APCEI Program & Schedule
Download the 5APCEI Schedule (PDF)The full 5APCEI schedule is now available for download as a PDF document.
See the full papers for the discussion centred sessions here. All delegates are encourage to read the relevant papers in advance if they plan to attend one of these sessions.
Complimentary University Club Membership
All conference delegates have complimentary access to the UWA University Club for the duration of the 5APCEI. See: www.universityclub.uwa.edu.au
The University Club is located across the Patricia Crawford Court from the conference venue
Monday 26th September, 5:30pm, Arts Courtyard
Delegates are invited to join us for an informal sundowner, hosted by our principal sponsor Turnitin, to close the first day of the conference. The sundowner will commence in the Patricia Crawford Court immediately following the final parallel session.
Tour of UWA Campus
Tuesday 27th September, 12:45pm
During the lunch break on Tuesday, Terry Larder from the UWA Visitors Centre will host a tour of the beautiful UWA campus. “Terry’s Tours” are famous for their insight into the history, buildings and personalities of the University of Western Australia – and might even include a trip to the top of Winthrop tower.
Tuesday 27th September, 6.30pm, Indiana, Cottesloe
The conference dinner will be held at Indiana on Cottesloe beach. With stunning views over the Indian Ocean, Indiana is a Perth icon, originally known as the “Indiana Tea House” and operating since 1910. Conference delegates will be welcomed to the dinner with music by Christian Thompson.
Monday 26th September, 1:10-2pm, Arts Lecture Room 4
The Asia Pacific Forum on Educational Integrity (APFEI) is a multi-institutional and cross-disciplinary organisation that fosters research and collaboration on issues relating to educational and academic integrity. Currently based in Australia, APFEI aims to provide a platform for the discussion, investigation and promotion of ethical research and writing practices. For more information about APFEI: http://www.apfei.edu.au/
At the Monday lunchtime AGM we'll be reporting on our recent activities (research projects, student competitions, small research grant, institutional membership drive etc) as well as voting in a new committee for 2011-12.
All 5APCEI conference participants are welcome to attend and get involved with future project work with APFEI.
Tuesday 27th September, 7:45am, Arts Lecture Room 6
Join principal sponsors of the conference, Turnitin, to find out why Turnitin is the global leader in addressing plagiarism and delivering rich feedback to students all over the world, and what it can offer you and your institution. Whether you are new to Turnitin or a current user you are invited to join Will Murray, VP International for breakfast accompanied by an informal question and answer session. Will brings a global perspective on Turnitin’s approach to promoting authenticity in student work and will share ten years of personal experiences in this area from the UK
Turnitin is the global leader in addressing plagiarism and delivering rich feedback, and is used by thousands of students and academics worldwide. An extensive database of web pages, published and research work and student papers make Turnitin an indispensable tool for both detecting unoriginal work and also teaching students about proper attribution of electronic sources. Turnitin’s suite of tools, which incorporates PeerMark and GradeMark which facilitate peer-to-peer collaboration, e-submission and e-marking enhance the student experience beyond plagiarism detection.
If you plan to attend the Turnitin Breakfast please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday 21st September
Student Video Competition: "Plagarism vs Zombies"
Tuesday 27th September, 1:40-2:15pm, Fox Lecture Theatre
A viewing of the best entries in the Student Video Competition will be followed by a "People's Choice" vote for the winner. These videos are represent valuable and engaging resources that can be used in communicating aspects of academic integrity to students. See information about the competition here
Plenary Sessions and Paper Formats
Details of keynote speakers can be found here
A Priest and a Rabbi walk into a bar….
Plenary Session, Tuesday 27th September 2:15pm – 3:30pm
It might sound like the beginning of an old joke but it is far from it. A panel of three distinguished religious leaders and educators meet in a congenial seating to exchange ideas and perspectives on issues of ethical scholarship. The session will be moderated by bar tender, former ABC journalist and personality, Verity James. The audience/patrons will be invited to contribute to the conversation. Just like the joke there’s no telling how it will end….
The guests in this session will be:
The Very Reverend Dr John Shepherd ~ Dean of Perthhas degrees in Arts (History and Philosophy) and Theology from the University of Melbourne, and a Master of Sacred Music from Union Theological Seminary in New York. At St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, where he was the John Stewart of Rannoch Scholar, he completed a PhD on the relationship between theology and music in the English Reformation, and as Chaplain of Christ Church Oxford from 1980-88, taught Reformation theology and Renaissance music history. From 1988-90, he was Chaplain at the University of Western Australia, where he also taught in the Faculty of Music.
Rabbi Marcus Solomon - Rabbi of Beit Midrash of WA is the foundation Rabbi of Beit Midrash of WA and is responsible for its overall direction. Rabbi Solomon received rabbinic ordination from Central Tomchei Tmimim Yeshivah Academy in Brooklyn, New York, and is also a graduate of the Rabbinical College of Australia and New Zealand, Melbourne, Victoria. Rabbi Solomon received a law degree from The University of Western Australia. Currently practicing as a barrister he was previously a teacher of Jewish Studies at Carmel High School from 1985 to 1990 and served as director of Carmel’s Jewish Studies Department from 1988 to 1990. Rabbi Solomon has served as vice president of Carmel School since 1997.
Research Discussion Groups
To enhance the networking opportunities of the conference a session dedicated to discussing research possibilities is programmed for the session following afternoon tea on day two. After a short introduction, breakout groups will form around different topics of research interest, such as the research clusters of the Asia Pacific Forum on Educational Integrity (plagiarism, digital media and integrity, research ethics, and transnational/intercultural approaches). Participants will be able to use the session to discover like-minded colleagues who may be interested in future collaborative research in these or any other area of academic integrity they may be interested in pursuing.
This style of conference presentation was used successfully and appreciated by delegates at 4APCEI in Wollongong in 2009. It was offered as an alternative to presenters and four papers will be presented in this format at 5APCEI. These papers are marked in the program with an asterisk (*). See more information & the papers here