Fifth Paper Accepted to Learning @ Scale 2016

Our short paper, “TAPS: A MOSS Extension for Detecting Software Plagiarism at Scale”, has been accepted to the Third Annual ACM Conference on Learning at Scale. The paper, written by Dana Sheahen and David Joyner, covers scaling up code plagiarism detection in large online computer science classes. Dana and David will present the paper in Edinburgh, UK during the conference, April 25-26.

The presentation is part of the conference’s flipped track, and thus the presentation was recorded and published in advance. It can be found here.

For the abstract and full paper, see the paper’s page on this site.