Here is a video overview of a chapter I wrote, along with Anthony Robins and Sally Fincher, for The Cambridge Handbook of Computing Education Research.
The history behind this video is that I was asked to prepare a very short summary video about the chapter for a conference. I turned out to have far too much material as usual, so I’ve prepared a longer version. But I do still encourage you to read the whole chapter.
The video mentions a previous blog post on plagiarism and assessment, where I noted that it’s rare for both of these to be considered as part of the same academic research paper.
The chapter is based on Computing Education, so there’s a particular focus on assessment and plagiarism information as it relates to computer programming, although many of the ideas are much more widely applicable.