Having been a keynote speaker at the inaugural Asia Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity in Adelaide in 2003, Jude Carroll is welcomed back to APCEI in 2011.
Jude has been a Principal Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University since 1990 with a range of responsibilities in educational development. These include professional teacher accreditation; consultancy on tertiary pedagogic practice at UK universities and internationally; on-line course development; and project management. For a decade, her research interests have revolved around deterring students from plagiarism and enhancing teaching practice with international students.
Between 2007-2009, she held an Oxford Brookes Teaching Fellowship and, in 2009, she was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching. She is the author of A Handbook for Deterring Plagiarism in HE (2nd edition, 2007) and jointly edited Teaching International Students: improving learning for all with Dr Janette Ryan (Routledge, 2005). Jude and Janette work together in the ITALIS (Improving Teaching and Learning for International Students) project based at the HE Academy in the UK. More recently she has been jointly managing a project funded by the UK Prime Ministers Initiative. The project aims to raise the profile and skills level of teaching for international students in the UK .
Jude will present a keynote address titled "How culture and context shaped and shapes the management of plagiarism"
Winthrop Professor of Law and Criminology, Faculty of Law, University of Western Australia
Mark has a degree in law and postgraduate qualifications in sociology, criminology and education from Oxford, Cambridge and Flinders Universities respectively. He has published over 50 books, book chapters and journal articles in the areas of political exile and migration, research ethics, higher education and research policy, criminology and socio-legal studies. His books include the co-authored Research Ethics for Social Scientists: Between Ethical Conduct and Regulatory Compliance (Sage, 2006 with Iain Hay).
Mark has won teaching and research prizes in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States, including the Prime Ministerís Award for Australian University Teacher of the Year in 2004. He has provided advice to a range of public and private higher education institutions and government organisations in Australia, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.
He has undertaken research ethics-related consultancy for, among others, the National Health and Medical Research Council, the Australian government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, the NSW and South Australian governments, CSIRO, and the United Kingdom Centre for Legal Education, and provided advice to a range of public and private higher education institutions. He also acts as an ethics reviewer for the European Research Council.
Mark will present a keynote address titled "How to Build an Adversarial Culture: the View from Research Integrity and Ethics in the Social Sciences"
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