Tuesday, March 7, 2017

9 in 10 Students Admit to Cheating in College, Suspect Faculty Do the Same - Dian Schaffhauser, Campus Technology

Kessler International queried 300 students who attend college in person and online and found that nine in 10 (86 percent) admitted to cheating in some way in school. More than half (54 percent) thought cheating was OK, and some suggested that it was even necessary to stay competitive. Among those who acknowledged cheating, nearly all (97 percent) said they'd gotten away with it. What forms of cheating are popular? Three-quarters of respondents (76 percent) said they'd copied text from somebody else's assignments. Slightly more (79 percent) admitted to plagiarism from internet sources. Nearly as many (72 percent) said they'd used their mobile devices to cheat during class. A smaller number (42 percent) said they'd purchased custom term papers or essays online. And 28 percent said they'd had a "service" take their online classes for them. https://campustechnology.com/articles/2017/02/23/9-in-10-students-admit-to-cheating-in-college-suspect-faculty-do-the-same.aspx

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