22 May 2017, 10:00 - 12:00
Contract cheating is a form of academic dishonesty where students get others to complete academic work on their behalf. They submit the work for academic credit as if they had created it themselves. It often involves the payment of a fee to a third party, who creates the work for the student.
In this seminar, you'll learn what contract cheating is, what the paid contract industry is, what you can do about it, and where to next.
This seminar is for DVC Academic, Deputy Deans with responsibility for learning, teaching and assessment, Directors of Studies, Directors of Learning, Teaching and Assessment, colleagues from the Academic Registry, Student Services, the University Library, Student Representatives and other interested colleagues.
It's led by Associate Professor Cath Ellis, Associate Dean (Education), Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of New South Wales.
The workshop will cover:What is Contract Cheating?