'How can a former Soviet republic end the institutional culture of plagiarism and improve the quality of teaching and learning in HE?', Advance HE Teaching and Learning Conference

Activity: Talk or presentation for an academic audienceOral presentation for an academic audience


In Georgia plagiarism has been seen as commonplace throughout academia, due to ‘a widespread attitude which stems from the Soviet era and entails obedience to authority figures and reproduction of “correct” texts or accepted interpretation’ (Bakradze et al., 2016)
This session will explore how an €850,000 Erasmus+ project helped twelve Georgian universities start their journey towards creating a culture of academic integrity. Did they all create and implement policies, software and the right culture across academic staff and students? What have the four European HE partners learnt along the way to support their own academic integrity projects?
Period7 Jul 2020
Event titleAdvance HE Teaching and Learning Conference: Teaching in the spotlight: Creative thinking to enhance the student experience: From curriculum design to student success
Event typeConference
LocationUnited KingdomShow on map