'Exam answers in 30 minutes': Colleges struggle against contract cheating – The Irish Times

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Dominic Haugh, a history teacher at St Patrick’s Comprehensive in Shannon, Co Clare: his photgraph is being used without his consent on an online ‘essay mill’. Photograph: Eamon Ward
Not so long ago the biggest threat to academic integrity on campus was plagiarism.
These days, contract cheating services – which provide essays and assignments to order – are emerging as the biggest risk, magnified by the pandemic and shift to remote learning.
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