Welcome to a special four part series of our Integrity Matters vidcast on Tackling e-cheating and Assessment Security with Phillip Dawson, in collaboration with The Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE).
In this first instalment, Phill discusses the e-cheating phenomenon, charting the magnitude of the problem across specialist cheating software and hardware and its links to commercial cheating via ‘essay mills’.
Phill explores how we might limit both the means and temptation to cheat through early intervention in the e-cheating lifecycle, and addresses the pivotal question: what layers of protection can institutions put in place to disrupt the e-cheating lifecycle?
Watch the video to hear Phill’s advice for taking back control in the e-cheating environment.
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