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Prof. Dr. Debora Weber-Wulff

Debora Weber-Wulff with book

(c) 2018 HTW Berlin /
Nikolas Fahlbusch


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 2014. I published a chapter in the "Handbook of Academic Integrity" on text-matching software in 2016.

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 new text comparison tool similarity-texter was produced by a student, the old one is here.

I am a founding member of Wikimedia Deutschland, there is a Wikipedia page about me and I can be found as Q1181545 on Wikidata.

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

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Courses WS 2019/20

Potential thesis topics

Completed Theses

Old classes

IC FAQ

Publications

Lectures

Official Duties


Research interests


Other interests


My Pinboard bookmarks

Office hours in C 645 :

Wed., Dec. 11:
14:00–15:00

Wed., Dec. 18:
14:00–15:00

 

then Wed or Thurs,
depending on the week
times will be posted here


or by email

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 quote

Nothing that you will learn in the course of your studies will be of the slightest possible use to you in after life, save only this, that if you work hard and intelligently you should be able to detect when a man is talking rot, and that, in my view, is the main, if not the sole, purpose of education.

-- attributed to John Alexander Smith (1914)

Favorite XKCDs

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