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Prof. Dr. Debora Weber-Wulff

Debora Weber-Wulff

(c) 2015 HTW Berlin /
Nina Zimmermann


I am a professor for Media and Computing at the HTW Berlin.

I teach various media and software-oriented subjects. Projects on Internet and eLearning interest me, as well as my work on detecting and educating about plagiarism.

Check out my plagiarism FAQ, my portal with the Plagiarism Detection Software Tests, my blog about good scientific practice, and my eLearning unit "Fremde Federn Finden".

My book on plagiarism, "False Feathers: A Perspective on Academic Plagiarism" was published in March 2014.

Online I am active in the VroniPlag Wiki group, which documents plagiarism in dissertations, and in the Wikipedia project. I use the name WiseWoman in both projects. The text comparison tool is here, a new one by a student can be found here.

I am a founding member of Wikimedia Deutschland and am vice chair of the Gesellschaft für Informatik working group "Computing and Ethics". Our book, Gewissensbisse, was published in October 2009. We blog at Gewissensbits.

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Prüfungsausschuss IMI

Thesis topics I might be offering

Completed Theses
Old classes

Publications

Lectures

Official Duties


Research interests


Other interests


My delicious bookmarks

Office hours in C 645:

from 4.4.2016:
Mondays, 15.00-16.00
except 6.6., no office hours

or by email / Skype

Find me

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft
HTW Berlin / FB 4

Postal address:
Treskowallee 8
10318 Berlin
Visiting address:
Wilhelminenhofstr. 75a
12459 Berlin
Tel:  
+49 30 5019-2320 (Office)
Fax:
+49 30 5019-48-2320
Room:
WH C 645 (Office)
E-Mail:
weberwu@htw-berlin.de*
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Current favorite quotes

The needs of a human being are sacred. Their satisfaction cannot be subordinated either to reasons of state, or to any consideration of money, nationality, race, or colour, or to the moral or other value attributed to the human being in question, or to any consideration whatsoever.
There is no legitimate limit to the satisfaction of the needs of a human being except as imposed by necessity and by the needs of other human beings. The limit is only legitimate if the needs of all human beings receive an equal degree of attention.

-- Simone Weil

Draft for a Statement of Human Obligation (1943)

[Please note: refugees are human beings. DWW]

 

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