The first research paper on contract cheating was published in 2006, meaning that 2021 has marked 15 years since the phenomenon was first named.
But how well has the sector addressed contract cheating and are they prepared for future developments designed to subvert academic integrity? This feature presentation for the International Center for Academic Integrity aimed to address these questions.
The presentation slides are available on the SlideShare account for Thomas Lancaster). They are also included below.
How can we take action against contract cheating? This presentation highlighted the International Day of Action against Contract Cheating.
The slides are available on the SlideShare account for Thomas Lancaster. They are also included below.
You can also watch the video recording of this presentation here..
Here are the slides from three webinars delivered by Thomas Lancaster and Irene Glendinning in the run up to the 4th International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating.
They discuss contract cheating and why it is a problem, but also opportunities for students and staff to get involved in improving academic integrity, generating activity and ensuring that associated processes run smoothly and fairly.
Webinar 1 – International Opportunities For Action
Webinar 2 – More International Opportunities For Action
Webinar 3 – Challenges And Solutions