Collating Contract Cheating Data

Our final Turnitin Originality blog post this week looks at the new Contract Cheating Dashboard which can quickly provide Academic Misconduct Officers and investigators with an overview of the scope and scale of potential cases of contract cheating at their institution. 

By running an analysis of a student’s work submitted to Turnitin over time, the report can identify any work which appears to deviate from the norm and can help to identify any potential issues early. Arguably, this in itself can reduce a huge amount of leg-work, and one UK academic in HE told me this process could take up to 50 hours! What experiences do you have of the task of collecting and collating student work for misconduct cases?  

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