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Promoting Academic Integrity in Online Education

By Chris Hill (Ed.)

Although there’s some disagreement as to whether distance education is more susceptible to academic dishonesty than other forms of instruction, what isn’t up for debate is the fact that for as long as there’s been exams, there’s been cheating on exams. The online environment simply opens up a different set of challenges that aren’t typically seen in traditional face-to-face courses.

If you teach online or manage the distance education program for your school, the issue of academic integrity is always top of mind. This free report features nine articles from Distance Education Report that will give you the latest techniques and technologies for mitigating cheating and other unethical behaviors in your online courses.

Continued at: http://www.facultyfocus.com/free-reports/promoting-academic-integrity-in-online-education/

Read the report: http://www.facultyfocus.com/wp-content/uploads/images/promoting-academic-integrity-in-online-edu1.pdf

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