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Curtis, Guy J.; Slade, Christine; Bretag, Tracey; McNeill, Margot – Higher Education Research and Development, 2022
In 2019, the Australian higher education regulator, the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA), commissioned a team of academic integrity experts to design and facilitate a series of national workshops, with the aim of increasing academic integrity knowledge and building a culture of integrity across the higher education sector.…
Descriptors: Program Development, Program Evaluation, Expertise, Integrity
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Harper, Rowena; Bretag, Tracey; Rundle, Kiata – Higher Education Research and Development, 2021
This article contributes to an emerging body of research on the role of assessment design in the prevention and detection of contract cheating. Drawing on the largest contract cheating dataset gathered to date (see cheatingandassessment.edu.au), this article examines the types of assignments and exams in which students self-reported having engaged…
Descriptors: Cheating, Identification, College Students, College Faculty
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Ellis, Cath; van Haeringen, Karen; Harper, Rowena; Bretag, Tracey; Zucker, Ian; McBride, Scott; Rozenberg, Pearl; Newton, Phil; Saddiqui, Sonia – Higher Education Research and Development, 2020
Contract cheating occurs when a student outsources their assessment to a third party, regardless of the third party's relationship with the student, or whether money is exchanged. In higher education, there is a widespread belief that assessment design is a solution to the problem of contract cheating and that authentic assessment tasks are…
Descriptors: Performance Based Assessment, Integrity, Cheating, Outsourcing
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Feast, Vicki; Bretag, Tracey – Higher Education Research and Development, 2005
This paper is based on a case study of an Australian university involved in the delivery of transnational programs in an educational environment that has been increasingly characterized by commercial considerations. The researchers conducted focus group interviews with both general and academic staff to ascertain the personal, academic and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Environment, Focus Groups, Distance Education