There have been many challenges to contract cheating seen over the past twenty years, most notably the growth in the technical methods students can use to cheat and the easy access to contract cheating services.
This keynote presentation from Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond explores how academic integrity continues to change and considers the challenges that the academic community may have to face in the future.
The slides are available on the SlideShare account for Thomas Lancaster. They are also included below.
A nice introductory level talk to the complicated issues of plagiarism and contract cheating.
I delivered this presentation in Montenegro.
You can see the slides for the workshop on my SlideShare account. They are also embedded below.
A highly focused research talk, this one explores plagiarism and contract cheating with the teaching of databases.
It is useful to look at areas like this, as much plagiarism and contract cheating research has focused on either written work or source code (plagiarism), but there are many other areas, particularly within Computer Science, which also deserve to be explored.
You can see more about what I discovered in the slides for the talk, which can be accessed on my SlideShare account, or viewed below.