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Academic Honesty and Online Courses
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College Student Journal Volume 40, Number 1, ISSN 0146-3934

Abstract

Academic dishonesty is an issue of concern for teachers, students, and institutions of higher education. Because students and faculty do not interact directly in web-based classes, it is often perceived that cheating will be more abundant in these classes. Using data from a survey administered to students who had an online course during the 2001 fall semester, we find evidence that academic dishonesty in online classes is no more pervasive than in traditional classrooms.

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Grijalva, T.C., Nowell, C. & Kerkvliet, J. (2006). Academic Honesty and Online Courses. College Student Journal, 40(1), 180-185. Retrieved November 27, 2021 from .

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