Cheating in Online Classes
A number of studies show that students are actually more likely to cheat in on-campus courses than in online courses. Nonetheless, the popular perceptions that online courses are rife with cheating and lack academic rigor endure. In this workshop, you’ll review relevant research and identify aspects of your online course where academic dishonesty may occur. You’ll explore methods for decreasing cheating, such as non-traditional forms of assessment and greater student-faculty contact, and apply them to your own online course. A stipend is available for eligible participants. Registration is required.