These are slide from a keynote presentation which I delivered at the University of Wolverhampton, not only discussing the problem of contract cheating, but also many of the solutions available for academics and institutions to investigate.
The slides I used are available on my SlideShare account. They are also included below.
What do teaching staff need to know about contract cheating in 2018? It’s an area that’s generating more interest than ever.
This is a set of slides which I presented at Deakin University. They are also available on my SlideShare account. They are also included below.
Investigating contract cheating can be challenging. I’ve heard from many academics who have told me they’ve been suspicous of a piece of student work, that they might have got someone else to do it for them, but they don’t have the evidence to back this up. I also know of academics who have spent time comparing evidence as best they can, then had this thrown out at an academic integrity hearing.
This set of slides, which was used as a talking point at Deakin University, provides my ideas of the type of evidence that is available and could be appropriate to take to a panel. No one case will have all of these types of evidence. It is provided to make sure that academics are supporting and that they and panels have a shared understanding.