Cheating and plagiarism in higher education continue to be persistent challenges. In the June 3, 2012 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education, Jeffery Young explained the challenges technology has added to the problem of academic dishonesty, not only in the classroom but also in the rapidly increasing venue of online learning. Given the expanded strategies that make it easier to cheat than to learn, how can educators possibly tackle such a pervasive problem?
This webinar will identify types of academic dishonesty, as well as strategies that can help decrease incidences of this destructive trend in online learning. Participants will take away a clear picture of the learner’s inclination to violate academic codes of ethical behavior. They will also learn how to limit instances of cheating with careful design, implementation strategies, and ongoing monitoring.
- Understand reasons students engage in academic dishonesty
- Identify types of academic dishonesty that occur in online courses
- Utilize strategies that can decrease incidences of academic dishonesty
- Reduce rates of academic dishonesty in online learning environments
- 2-year & 4-year institutions
- Online Learning Department
- Deans of Instruction
- Deans of Student Affairs/Services
- Department Chairs
- Faculty (full and part-time; online and on campus)
- Graduate Teaching Assistants
- Learning/Tutoring Center Staff
- Instructional Designers
- Student Life