Instances of cheating on college and university campuses have recently been making headlines, and in order to protect themselves and their students, institutions must understand what these new paths for academic misconduct are and how to combat them.
Many in higher education are hesitant to discuss incidences of academic dishonesty, and with the changing technology landscape it’s important to bring this issue to light.
CHEATING IN THE DIGITAL AGE: How Higher Education Can Protect Itself from New Forms of Academic Dishonesty explores this topic and presents opportunities for colleges and universities to take proactive measures to ensure the academic integrity of their degrees, programs, classes and students.
Download the white paper and find out if there is more your campus could do to prevent cheating.
We encourage everyone involved in education to share this resource with others at their institutions and in their networks.
Collaboratively, the higher education community can battle academic dishonesty.
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