- Dates: 27 November 2018 2:00 pm - 27 November 2018 3:30 pm
- Categories: Advanced Collaborative Environment seminars
The next talk in the AustMS/AMSI Teaching Seminar Series will be given by Associate Professor Katherine Seaton (La Trobe University) at 2pm AEDT.
Mathematics tasks of the type assigned to undergraduates are overlooked in the academic integrity literature, and in much of the instructional material for students about misconduct. In this talk, I will present an overview of my forthcoming e-book which begins to address this lack of specific and targeted information. In particular, I will discuss what mathematics can apply from the general scholarship, and from areas like computer science which have, by way of contrast, developed a large body of discipline-specific literature. I will then go on to present some of the 26 scenarios provided as on-line or in-class discussion starters in the book, which will be published as an open educational resource by La Trobe University’s e-Bureau early next year.
Seminar Convener: Associate Professor Katherine Seaton
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