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Outsourcing Assignments? Exposing The Threat Posed By Contract Cheating To The Computing Industry

This session was delivered to the Wolverhampton branch of the British Computer Society, in front of both academics and practioners. As such, the talk focuses on both the legitimate and illegitimate uses of online outsourcing services such as Freelancer for small business.

The talk takes a lighter tone than some of our more formal research seminars.

The slides, are hosted on the SlideShare account for Thomas Lancaster, which also contains many examples of other talks relating to contract cheating and student employability.

Outsourcing Assignments? Exposing The Threat Posed By Contract Cheating To The Computing Industry – Wolverhampton – 24 April 2013

Advance notice for anyone who would like to attend one of the presentations on contract cheating from Robert Clarke and Thomas Lancaster.

We will be presenting a talk on Outsourcing Assignments? Exposing The Threat Posed By Contract Cheating To The Computing Industry for the British Computer Society on Wednesday 24 April 2013.

The event takes place in the evening, is free to attend, and advance booking is not required.

For more information, please see here.