Jude Carroll

Jude Carroll worked for several decades at Oxford Brookes University, where she took on a wide range of responsibilities linked to professional development of teachers, developing specialisms in managing student plagiarism and in effective teaching of international students. In 2009, Jude was awarded a National Teaching.  Between 2005-2008, Jude was Deputy Director of the ASKe centre for excellence in assessment standards. She is the author of A Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in Higher Education (OCSLD, 2nd edition 2007), was co-editor of Teaching International Students: improving learning for all (Routledge 2005) and is the author of Tools for Teaching in an educationally mobile world (Routledge 2015).  Jude currently works as an independent consultant with many universities around the world.

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Revisiting the management of student plagiarism in the light of ideas outlined in 2005

In 2005, I published an account of the work done at Oxford Brookes University to manage cases involving student plagiarism. The article describes efforts by many people at Oxford Brookes, including my colleague Jon Appleton, with whom I had written

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Handling student plagiarism: moving to mainstream

Oxford Brookes was the first institution in the UK to develop and implement a system of specialist officers to deal with students who did not comply with University regulations concerning academic conduct. The role of Academic Conduct Officers or ACOs was developed by a working group that revised University policies and procedures to deal with the rising number of incidences of student plagiarism and the concern that other misconduct was also not being dealt with fairly and consistently across the University. This paper discusses how the ACO-system has functioned over five years, in particular in the way punishments are selected and recorded. It identifies what has already been learned from using the ACO system and new issues that have emerged and identifies ways the University has developed a holistic approach to encouraging students’; academic integrity

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