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U of Fraser Valley Oct 10
On Oct 16, come to the Academic Success Centre to take a stand against contract cheating (hiring others to do your academic work & academic dishonesty). Integrity starts with you! Take our pledge.
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QAA Oct 16
We know essay mills target students. If you see advertising from them which e.g. claims to guarantee a grade or isn't clear about the dangers of submitting work as your own contact about making a complaint
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Nalini Pather Oct 16
Contract cheating is a challenge to higher education. We need to raise awareness and to assist students to make good learning choices. Trying to develop a framework that decreases the anxiety of assessments is a challenge work engaging in.
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Sonia Aste Dec 15
Cheating students face crackdown. You're only cheating yourself. Ha ha ha did I just write that? Ha ha ha!
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Turnitin Nov 20
Goedenmiddag from our event at @erasumusuni in Rotterdam! Take a look at one of our three 'round' table discussions in action. This one is all about contract cheating and methods for tackling the issue in academia.
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Turnitin 5h
Our contract cheating guru is running an academic misconduct 'forensics lab' this afternoon! Her class are collecting and reviewing the contract cheating 'evidence'. With the help of Authorship, how will they put their case forward?
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Kane Murdoch Oct 16
Stickering our own QR codes has multiple benefits. It increases the bastard's costs. It's cheap for us. It hooks students into uni services. It raises the risk awareness among students. And it's fun to mess with them. Give it a go.
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⚫️ RM #ReleaseRussiaReport #FBPE #Resist 🕷☂️ Oct 16
Please support this. We are going to be relying on the Court to safeguard our democracy. Again.
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QAA Oct 16
A blog from QAA's on some of the work we are doing to combat essay mill and contract cheating
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Thomas Lancaster Oct 16
Lots more activity on the Fourth International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating now that North American institutions have joined the event. Still time to pledge your integrity with
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ichmstaff Oct 27
Attending the Academic Integrity Workshop facilitated by . Very interesting, new research evolving in this important space
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Thomas Lancaster Oct 16
As we celebrate , 50 free copies of our recent paper showing that demand for contract cheating provision transcends all academic disciplines are available here
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Dr. Bertram Gallant Oct 16
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Kate Rowbotham Oct 16
I have a real problem with the hashtag - we can argue that it’s targeting the contract cheating companies, but for those not active in the space, it looks like it’s demonizing students. We owe students more than a crappy rhyming hashtag.
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Liz Levin Oct 16
International Day of Action crew . Great job crew
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Dr. Bertram Gallant Oct 16
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Amy Gaukel Oct 16
Today is the International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating. Students, when you submit someone else's work as you're own, what are you learning? Please, by doing the work yourself. . Faculty, learn more here:
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UA Integrity Oct 16
Check out our counterparts in Greece! Integrity is worldwide
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Thomas Lancaster Oct 16
Here is my recent post on the blog about why we still need to take action against contract cheating
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Excel With Integrity at UC San Diego Oct 16
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