"How Students Cheat in a High-Tech World" (2016; pdf) examines several of the "elaborate schemes ... increasingly complex and multinational – and sometimes quite expensive" that some students use to cheat and "prepares educators for new challenges in stemming a tide of deception that could undermine the value of college degrees."
- "The New Cheating Economy: Business is booming right under colleges’ noses. It’s not just papers anymore. It’s the whole course."
- "Contract Cheating’s African Labor: Among Kenyan college graduates, competition for jobs writing papers for American students is fierce."
- "In a Fake Online Class, Could Professors Catch Students Who Are Paid to Cheat? The experiment shows how easily online education can be exploited by people intent on deception."
- "3 Modern Methods of Cheating: Extra online accounts, smart watches, and Yik Yak are among the tools employed by dishonest students."
- "Online Classes See Cheating Go High-Tech: Test takers are finding ways to score easy A’s by teaming up with their friends."
- "Memorization, Cheating, and Technology: What can we do to stem the increased use of phones and laptops to cheat on exams in class?"
- "Behind the Webcam’s Watchful Eye, Online Proctoring Takes Hold: Universities are hiring companies that have cropped up to police the integrity of online courses."
- "Cheating Goes Global as Essay Mills Multiply: Current and former essay-mill writers help provide an inside look at an essay-writing company."
- "The Shadow Scholar: A man who writes students’ essays explains how he makes his living off their desperation."