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Plagiarism workshop
This collection contains the presentation and resources for the plagiarism workshop, as well as a research paper (found alongside the presentation) which details the use of both.

Shared with the World by Nicole Brown

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Plagiarism workshop presentation: Preventing Plagiarism and the Role of Honour Codes
This PPT presentation is used for the plagiarism prevention workshops as delivered by Nicole Brown and Rosalind Janssen. The slides take the audience through the different stages of the workshop, from the sorting activity through to the final plenary. For a detailed description of how to use the presentation, please, download the published article from http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1544425/

Shared with the World by Nicole Brown

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Plagiarism workshop resources
These are the resources that are used in face-to-face sessions in conjunction with the plagiarism workshop presentation. You may download the resources and use in your own teaching contexts.

Shared with the World by Nicole Brown

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Slowly scaling up from “proof-of-concept” in robotics for autism: the DE-ENIGMA project [URL hyperlink to video file]
Several existing projects have shown promise in using robot-assisted interventions for social and academic skills teaching with autistic children, including emotion recognition. Dr. Alyssa Alcorn presents The DE-ENIGMA Horizon2020 project, which seeks to extend and “scale up” the available evidence in this area, comparing a robot-focused and human-focused emotion teaching programme across a large sample of autistic children in London and Belgrade. These children (age 5-12), represent a wide range of ability and include many children with intellectual disabilities and limited language, who are often excluded from educational technology research. This talk will give some background on the rationale for using humanoid robots with autistic children, present some initial results from DE-ENIGMA’s first year of studies, and reflect on what we have learned—both with the robot, and in the associated background and qualitative work with schools, parents, and families.

Shared with the World by Dr Michelle Cannon

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