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Authorship helps instructors validate suspicions of contract cheating and gives investigators a path to quickly gather facts, collate information, and make impartial judgments.

See data to evaluate suspicions

View document forensics and metadata that might signal contract cheating, turning gut instincts into actionable insights.

Save time on investigations

Collect a complete history of students’ past assignments and identify outliers in minutes, not hours.

Gather multifaceted insights

Use forensic linguistic analysis and Natural Language Processing to determine whether a student has submitted someone else’s work as their own.

Make confident, informed decisions

Surface deep insights and multiple data points to support investigation processes and uphold your institution’s quality standards when potential contract cheating occurs.

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What is contract cheating?

Contract cheating, the practice of engaging a third party to complete an assignment, is on the rise.
Essays can cost as little as ten dollars a page, and students are asking partners, friends, and family to complete their work.

Sixteen percent of students admit to paying a third party to complete their work.

67 percent of instructors say they may not act on suspicions of contract cheating due to insufficient evidence to support their claims.

Ten percent decline in number of university applications an institution receives following a scandal.

Learn More

Interested in learning more about upholding academic integrity and addressing contract cheating at your institution? Check out these downloadable and shareable resources.

Everything You Need to Know About Contract Cheating

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Strategies and Tactics for Combating Contract Cheating

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Why Academic Integrity Is an Essential Part of Your Institution’s Strategic Vision

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