Project Infographic 

On 13 April, 2017, the project team held a symposium at the University of South Australia to disseminate preliminary findings from the project’s survey of students and staff. Sixty invited guests were in attendance, representing higher education institutions from NSW, SA, VIC, ACT, WA, and Tasmania.  Guests were provided with an infographic outlining the early findings from the project team’s ongoing analysis of the survey data.

Download the Infographic (Version 2): Preliminary survey findings Infographic V2

Project Presentations

Introduction to the Project
Associate Professor Tracey Bretag and Dr Rowena Harper
Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017

Key findings from the university student survey
Associate Professor Tracey Bretag
Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017.

Key findings from the university staff survey
Dr Rowena Harper
Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017.

Key findings from Non-University Higher Education Providers survey
Sonia Saddiqui
Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017

Academic Integrity Breach Reports: Does authentic assessment solve contract cheating?
Karen van Haringen and Pearl Rozenberg
Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017

Analysis of contract cheating procurement data
Associate Professor Cath Ellis
Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017.

Contract cheating and the law
Professor Phil Newton Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017

Project Symposium conclusion
Professor Tracey Bretag and Dr Rowena Harper Contract Cheating and Assessment Design Symposium, UniSA, 13 April 2017

Acknowledgements:
The project team would like to acknowledge and thank our colleague Dr. Saadia Mahmud for her assistance with analysing the student and staff survey data.

Conference Presentations

Project team leaders’ presentation at the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) fifth meeting of the Quality Beyond Borders Group (QBBG), Oct 17 – 18, by Associate Professor Tracey Bretag and Dr Rowena Harper, UniSA.

Download the presentation PDF: addressing-contract-cheating_local-and-global-responses

Evidenced-Based Responses to Contract Cheating: video presentation by Associate Professor Tracey Bretag at the third international Plagiarism Across Europe and Beyond Conference, 24-26 May 2017, in Brno, Czech Republic.