A website dedicated to informing secondary and their teachers of copyright law, plagiarism policies, and caveats in order to uphold literary integrity and digital ethics through a compilation of various media.
Cheating. Inevitably anyone who wants to cheat is going to find a way to do so, be it for an online course or in a normal classroom setting. While it cannot be completely controlled, you do have some strategies available to you that decreases the likelihood of cheating – or at least discourages it by making life a bit more difficult.
Traditional colleges and a new breed of online-education providers, trying to figure out how to profit from the rising popularity of massive open online courses, are pouring resources into efforts to solve a problem that has bedeviled teachers for...
While clearly not every student is trying hard to take the slacker route, it's worth noting that picking out the students trying to take this route gets a little more complicated when you move from taking classes in person to taking classes online.
"Easy A's may be even easier to score these days, with the growing popularity of online courses. Tech-savvy students are finding ways to cheat that let them ace online courses with minimal effort, in ways that are difficult to detect."
Plagiarism is a word that has become a topic for immense discussions with the advent and the extensive use of internet and computers in producing ..., Dr Pandula Siribaddana (The different types of plagiarism - http://t.co/T9ZSoGxe...)...
"When USC's students began bringing computers to class, its law school turned to technology and rigid process to maintain academic integrity in the testing room.
To students who exist in a world of free content, Wikipedia, and peer-to-peer file sharing, the concept of academic integrity may seem a quaint notion: Isn't everything ultimately sourced from something else?"