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Explore the Behaviour of Plagiarism at the Secondary School Level in Hong Kong Discuss this presentation on facebook

YEUNG, Alice (Student in MSc(LIM))
CHU, Connie
CHU, Sam

Time:15 June 2012, Friday, 5:20 - 5:40 pm
Venue:Room 8 & 9, Collaboration Zone, Level 3, Main Library, HKU
Sub-theme:Learning analytics: analysis and visualization tools to support assessment for learning and just-in-time feedback
Presentation format:Paper Presentations
Medium of instruction:English

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Under the new Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) curriculum, students need to build their information literacy skills for fulfilling their school based assessment. Students should be taught how to avoid plagiarism. Some previous studies have identified students’ plagiarism behaviour. However, most current studies portray the situation in Western countries, while related research focusing on Hong Kong is scarce. This study targets the secondary school students in Hong Kong. It explores to what extent the students understand plagiarism in the context of their inquiry based projects. Its findings help design new inquiry project based curriculum.



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