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  • Newspaper

    At least 1,500 students at Irish universities reported for cheating, plagiarism, or use of ‘essay mills’

    Ireland

    Ken Foxe - Irish Examiner

    Between 2019 and 2021, Trinity College had 445 cases of suspected cheating, 143 cases of plagiarism and another 154 cases of cheating. In 2022 there were 33 cases of suspected exam cheating and 138 cases where a student plagiarised work for their assignments. The University said the data did not include supplemental assignments that were in progress at the time, meaning the figures could still rise slightly.

  • Newspaper

    Irish higher education ‘under threat’ from global cheating industry

    Ireland

    Carl O’Brien - The Irish Times

    Although steps have been taken by the Irish authorities, such as the enactment of legislation penalizing essay mills, officials believe that universities need targeted funding to help protect the quality and integrity of teaching and learning. Reports show that 10% of students may have used contract cheating services and they can be difficult to detect as they can go undetected by plagiarism detection software.

  • Academic integrity: national principles and lexicon of common terms

    The purpose of these Principles and Lexicon is to provide support for institutions in developing their approach to academic integrity, and to enable the use of a common terminology when talking or writing about academic integrity in the context of...

    Dublin, Quality and Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

  • Academic integrity: national principles and lexicon of common terms

    The purpose of these Principles and Lexicon is to provide support for institutions in developing their approach to academic integrity, and to enable the use of a common terminology when talking or writing about academic integrity in the context of...

    Quality & Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

  • Academic integrity guidelines

    As part of the work of the NAIN, the Academic Integrity Guidelines have been developed and produced by a Working Group, following an extensive process of consultation with both the higher education institutions and a broad range of external...

    Quality & Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

  • Academic integrity guidelines

    The Network has produced these Guidelines to support the sector to collectively define and understand academic integrity; what it means within a higher education institution; what challenges it raises; and to implement a robust approach to preventing...

    Dublin, Quality and Qualifications Ireland, QQI, 2021

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