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Academic Integrity for Students


Below is the list of references for sources used to create the Contract Cheating section of this guide. This is an example of what your own reference list might look like.



Assiniboine Community College. (2013). Policy A25.

Bretag, T., Harper, R., Burton, M., Ellis, C., Newton, P., van Haeringen, K., Saddiqui, S., & Rozenberg, P. (2019). Contract cheating and assessment design: exploring the relationship. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 44(5), 676-691.

Eaton, S. E., Chibry, N., Toye, M. A., Rossi, S. (2019). Interinstitutional perspectives on contract cheating: a qualitative narrative exploration from Canada. International Journal for Educational Integrity, 15(9). 1-17.

Hersey, C. (2019). The struggle is real! #Ineedapaperfast. Presented at the Canadian Symposium on Academic Integrity, Calgary, AB.

Hendricks, M. (2019). Picture of Twitter exchange.

Kaktins, L. (2018). Contract cheating advertisements: What they tell us about international students’ attitudes to academic integrity. Ethics & Education, 13(2), 268-284.

Newton, P. (2018). How common is commercial contract cheating in higher education and is it increasing? A systematic review. Frontiers in Education, 3(67), https:/ 

Yorke, J., Sefcik, L., & Veeran-Colton, T. (2020). Contract cheating and blackmail: A risky business? Studies in Higher Education.