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Tuesday, December 13

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    According to York College of Pennsylvania it IS considered cheating when....
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    fabricating research, falsiyingfalsifying academic documents,
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    Professor (faculty) Actions...
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    that academic dihonestydishonesty will not
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    allowed and when it is prohibited.
    Explain how the grading system works, along with the evaulations.
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    be useful durinduring exams out.out and away.
    Prepare different
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    for different sections/classes.sections and classes.
    Do not let students leave in the middle of exams (unless it is an emergency).
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    students spread apartout during exams.
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    Make sure you completely understand what the instructor is asking for.
    Give yourself enough time to complete assignments on time.
    Study plenty for exams and quizzes.
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    granted from the instructor.
    In General...
    Remind students of the academic integrity code, in class and in writing, how the code applies to your specific course, explain the difference between permissible collaboration and unapproved copying, and warn students of the consequences of cheating.
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    or to ouryour office.
    Please share with our office any tips
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    just the intructor.intructor's and their consequences.
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Thursday, December 8

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    Use proctored exams
    Keep in mind American Association of Higher Education's (AAHE)
    Other Solutions
    Put a Stop to Cheating in Your School

    For More Information:
    Cheating prevention in college classrooms. Retrieved from http://www.tcc.fl.edu/about_tcc/academic_affairs/division_of_library_services/faculty_library_resources/cheating_prevention_in_college_classrooms
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    - Shows low standards and ideals of academic dishonesty, especially regarding technology
    (Cramer, Etter, Finn)
    Many college students buy papers already written. The following videos interviews a person who makes a living writing and selling papers, as a well as a student who buys these papers.
    THE SOLUTION:
    22 Ways to handle technology enhanced cheating: (The State University of New York)
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    Use proctored exams
    Keep in mind American Association of Higher Education's (AAHE)
    For More Information:
    Cheating prevention in college classrooms. Retrieved from http://www.tcc.fl.edu/about_tcc/academic_affairs/division_of_library_services/faculty_library_resources/cheating_prevention_in_college_classrooms
    -This site provides information about how students cheat and ways to combat each form of cheating. Also, information for reasons why students cheat is provided.
    Reid, G. (2009). Top 8 ways students are cheating today. Retrieved from http://www.higheredmorning.com/top-8-ways-students-are-cheating-today
    -This website shows how students cheat. It provides an understanding of the relationship between technology and academic dishonesty.
    Key Terms to Search Technology and Academic Dishonesty:
    cheating and technology
    technology and academic dishonesty
    technology and cheating in the classroom
    cheating methods in school
    college cheating
    technology and academic dishonesty in the classroom

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    {http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lsazxr8Td01qclfey.jpg} A popular method of cheating is obtaining answers from a cell phone during a test or exam.
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    more information that is readily
    High-Tech Cheating
    "High-tech" cheating is now the way to go when performing academic dishonesty. Many "online instructional cheating videos" teach students how to cheat on tests and exams (Jones, 141). The video below demonstrates a person teaching how to replace an iPhone into a calculator. The process is long and tedious, and the time spent on making the "CalculaPod" could be spent studying for the test.
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Thursday, December 1

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    REFERENCES
    TECHNOLOGY- AIDING AND ABETTING CHEATING:
    Jones, D. R.Duffy, J. (2011). Academic dishonesty: Are moreHow students cheating?. Business Communication Quarterly, 74(2), 141-150.use technology to cheat. Retrieved from
    http://www.pcmag.com/slideshow/story/262232/how-students-use-technology-to-cheat

    Etter, S., Cramer, J. J., & Finn, S. (2006). Origins of academic dishonesty: Ethical orientations and personality factors associated with attitudes about cheating with information technology. Journal Of Research On Technology In Education, 39(2), 133-155.
    Jones, D. R. (2011). Academic dishonesty: Are more students cheating?. Business Communication Quarterly, 74(2), 141-150.
    The State University of New York. (2011). Tips for handling technology enhanced cheating. Retrieved from http://tlt.suny.edu/originaldocumentation/library/cm/cheat.htm
    CONSEQUENCES OF ACADEMIC DISHONESTY:
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    Professor (faculty) actions...Actions...
    Emphasize often and early that academic dihonesty will not be tolerated and that there will be consequences for those actions.
    Professors should clarify their expectations. For example, when collaboration of work is allowed and prohibited.
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    Do not let students leave in the middle of exams (unless it is an emergency).
    Keeps students spread apart during exams. Do not let them sit in the same seat every time an exam takes place.
    {http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQiZuE76GiIQACpC_rA4thWnz47djkiXb0-YNHYf7VUMP4UDx2T} Student actions...Actions...
    Make sure you completely understand what the instructor is asking for.
    Give yourself enough time to complete assignments on time.
    Study plenty for exams and quizzes.
    Do not share your work with other student unless permission is granted from instructor.
    In General...
    Remind students of the academic integrity code, in class and in writing, how the code applies to your specific course, explain the difference between permissible collaboration and unapproved copying, and warn students of the consequences of cheating.
    Ask any students who have concerns about cheating to bring them you or to our office.
    Please share with our office any tips you may have to help eliminate cheating.
    Families in general needs to stress to their children the importance of academic integrity and their own consequences, not just the intructor.

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    Keep in mind...In Mind...
    "I would prefer even to fail with honor than to win by cheating” ....Sophocles Quotes
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