We have added more hints to the instructions for the 20% literature review due on the 7th of February The instructions are on moodle and they have screenshots explaining what to do , the instructions are given below (without the screenshots) Instructions for the literature review worth 20% of your final grade, 2500 words *All the articles/reports used in the literature review must be related to the topic â€œcheating at universityâ€ you must follow the instructions given below to get appropriate articles * You have to demonstrate you understand what a literature review is, so make sure you have looked at the lecture slides explaining what a literature review is. In simple terms a literature review has a narrow focus, gives a summary of what research has been done and proposes what new research could be done. You must propose some new research in your literature review and you will also have to refer to this new research in the final exam *For your literature review you must refer to the article http://www.teqsa.gov.au/sites/default/files/publication-documents/ReportOnAllegationsOfStudentMisconduct.pdf And you must use at least 3 free journal articles taken from https://scholar.google.com.au/scholar?start=10&q=cheat+use+website+university+assignment+journal+abstract&hl=en&as_sdt=1,5&as_ylo=2010&as_yhi=2016&as_vis=1 This link will search for journal articles about cheating using a website between 2010 and 2016 The free journal articles have a pdf link next to the article only use the free article, you can only use the free articles. *You can add extra words to refine the search but you cannot delete words *The reason students have to find students have to use a particular search to find at least 3 articles is that it prevents them finding all the articles from Go to webpage that â€œhelpsâ€ students write their essays and search for â€œliterature review plagiarismâ€ *You can use other sources as well however , as mentioned before, you must refer to http://www.teqsa.gov.au/sites/default/files/publication-documents/ReportOnAllegationsOfStudentMisconduct.pdf and refer to at least 3 articles taken from https://scholar.google.com.au/scholar?start=10&q=cheat+use+website+university+assignment+journal+abstract&hl=en&as_sdt=1,5&as_ylo=2010&as_yhi=2016&as_vis=1 (adding search terms is permitted deleting search terms is not) Submit your assignment to turnitin. Later you will be given instructions on how to a submit a separate document that has all the original paragraphs you paraphrased when making your assignment, this proves you that is possible you actually read all the references on your reference list. Be careful with references use APA referencing) and use the cite button on google scholar to get the exact reference. (cut and paste the exact reference) MARKING SCHEME AND TIPS ON HOW TO GE T MARKS. Marking Guide: The following rubric will be used and the total mark scaled to a mark out of 20 note that the topic is â€œa literature review on plagiarism at university so students must demonstrate they have researched plagiarism AND they know what a literature review is 80%-100% Full understanding of the topic and its importance to the broader context. Evidence of conceptually sophisticated thinking e.g. by inclusion of personal views, connections with other subject areas etc. Arguments supported by evidence and examples. Student will have consulted a wide range of appropriate sources (journal articles) . Appropriate referencing in a standard format with minimal errors. Excellent overall standard of presentation, exhibiting a high standard of English and clarity of expression. Appropriate use of fonts and effects. Rich, flowing text, pleasure to read with minimal errors. Appropriate separation of text into sections/sub-sections. Summarize all the results effectively for example use original tables and figures to summarize data from multiple sources to support an argument. 70%-79% Student will have demonstrated substantial understanding of the topic area and its place in the broader context. Critical evaluation and arguments supported by evidence and examples with some evidence of independent thinking, for example compare two of the articles, do the articles agree or disagree. Evidence of consulting a range of appropriate Sources (journal articles) which are appropriately referenced. No significant errors. High standard of presentation, exhibiting a good standard of English and clarity of expression. Appropriate use of fonts and effects. Writing is accurate 50%-59% Understanding of the topic demonstrated, but with limited evaluation of its importance. Restricted use of evidence and examples. Some errors. At least acceptable standards of English, but with ambiguities and awkward expression. Some attention to layout and formatting. References in text and bibliography correctly cited. Writing mostly accurate, but uninteresting. Less than 50% Limited understanding of the topic area. Frequent factual or other errors. Inadequate standard of presentation. Poor use of English and inappropriate use of fonts and effects. Writing has frequent ambiguities, errors of expression, verbose or too brief. Insufficient reading around the topic. Referencing contains errors. Almost no attempt to provide a logical structure, or consider layout and formatting. No evidence of independent thought Tips: Tip 1 Also note that you are doing a literature review, it is OK to start of talking about plagiarism is general terms but at least some of you literature review should have a narrow focus, it should focus on specific issues. Tip 2 In a literature review you have to summarize the existing research and then propose new research, so you have to propose new research in your literature review. Not only do you have to propose new research in your literature review you have to refer to it in your final exam as well (refer to the sample final exams on moodle) tip 3 As for your own example you can discuss the assignment you are doing, example A good assignment is supposed to reduce cheating however a boring assignment may encourage students to cheat, If an assignment has specific instructions it makes it harder for students to use webpages that â€œhelpâ€ students write assignments but do the instructions of this assignment help students write assignments, Do you think the instructions prevent cheating. Tip 4 Think of a specific problem related to plagiarism For example Pretend you actually work at KOI, The government demands students do not cheat, It also demands there is a high pass rate, So you cannot simply fail the students that cheat you have to actually prevent them from cheating. There are examples of cheating given on moodle so make a report that discusses the problem and how journal articles can help fix the problem.
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