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Professor Cath Ellis | Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture, University of New South Wales

In this video, we chat with Professor Cath Ellis from The University of New South Wales (UNSW) about tackling the problem of contract cheating and how UNSW is rising to the challenge with their Courageous Conversations program.

Recognising that ‘cheating is as old as learning’, Cath takes a pragmatic view of how today’s cheating is the continuation of an age-old problem that learning institutions and particularly universities need to better address.

She unpacks the Courageous Conversations approach to potential contract cheating that is yielding success for UNSW, based on the premise that purposeful cheating by students must be called out for the serious mistake that it is, with universities and educators in the business of helping students learn from those mistakes.

How can institutions empty the value of cheating from their courses to measure genuine learning, while strengthening cheating detection? Watch the video to get Cath’s perspective.

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