TEQSA gets down to cases on cheating

The Tertiary Education and Quality and Standards Agency has given HE providers a dataset of deplores

Researchers working with Turnitin identified 2628 “substantially similar” assignments which the regulator has provided to Australian education institutions, including 34 universities, in 2015-19.

TEQSA says it is investigating “a number of services … with a view to pursuing further enforcement action.” In March CEO Alistair Maclean told a federal parliament committee the regulator would “be announcing very shortly” court orders to block cheating websites, (CMM March 12).

There is no word from TEQSA on the subject areas of the errant assignments and whether students submitting were local or internationals