Cheating Online?August 2, 2018 | :
by Chris Pilgrim Christopher Scanlon
More university students are choosing to study online rather than face-to-face, prompting concerns about academic integrity.
If you’re tempted to cheat in face-to-face courses, even during exams, how much easier would it be to pass off work that isn’t your own when you’re online?
But research by us and others shows how university courses are delivered is less important in predicting which students are more likely to cheat.
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