Supporting Academic Honesty in Online Courses
Patricia McGee, The University of Texas at San Antonio, United States
Journal of Educators Online Volume 10, Number 1 ISSN 1547-500X Publisher: Journal of Educators Online
Ensuring academic honesty is a challenge for traditional classrooms, but more so for online course where technology use is axiomatic to learning and instruction. With the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requirement that online course providers reduce opportunities to cheat and verify student identity, all involved with course delivery must be informed about and involved in issues related to academic dishonesty. This article examines why students cheat and plagiarize, types of dishonesty in online courses, strategies to minimize violations and institutional strategies that have proven to be successful.
McGee, P. Supporting Academic Honesty in Online Courses. Journal of Educators Online, 10(1), 1-31.
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