10 In 10 Contract Cheating Series – Part 5
This is the fifth in a 10 part series looking at the developments in contract cheating since the term was first used in a research paper and presentation in June 2006.
In this post, I want to explore further the development of the issues from my very first conference presentation on contract cheating. I’ve previously provided a slide summary of the Eliminating The Successor To Plagiarism talk.
This video blog post explores the issues further, with the level of discussion that’s always hard to include in a written blog post.
One of the areas I pick up in the video ties in well to other discussions in this series, where it looks at the ways in which the marketing of contract cheating sites has changed. You can see several examples from sites from 10 years ago, as well as what they look like know. It’s interesting to see how similar marketing improvements have made their way across the contract cheating sector.
You can follow this link to see the other parts of the 10 in 10 contract cheating series.