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Beating the Cheating
- Librarian-designed webquest to teach teachers about the problem of internet-facilitated cheating and plagiarism.
Cheating: An Epidemic
- Short article about academic cheating from about.com
Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
- A production of the Rutgers University Libraries. An interactive lesson designed to teach students about avoiding infractions of academic integrity policies and instances of plagiarism. Requires the Flash plugin; best accessed over a fast connection.
TOPICS Online Magazine for ESL - Academic Dishonesty (Cheating)
- Tutorial of sorts intended primarily for adult ESL students. Includes vocabulary and idioms, photo essay demonstrating cheating techniques, hypothetical situations, a poll, and real-life stories.
University of Manitoba - Cheating, Plagiarism & Fraud
- Material to help if you have been accused of or if you suspect someone else of committing an academic offense; and material help understand academic offenses better in order to inadvertently avoid committing them.
University of Manitoba - Test Your Integrity IQ
- 11 school-related ethics questions with an answer key.
ABC News: A Cheating Crisis in America's Schools
- Result of a six-month investigation. (May 01, 2005)
Unconventional University Diplomas from Online Vendors: Buying a Ph.D. From a University That Doesn't Exist
- 7.6 megabyte pdf file. George Gollin explains how he followed up on an ad that popped up on his computer about getting a "diploma within days." Includes many screenshots of what he learned. [PDF] (September 01, 2003)
Wired News: Students Called on SMS Cheating
- Six University of Maryland students have admitted cheating on an accounting exam by using their cell phones to receive text messages with the answers. Another six students were implicated in the case. (January 30, 2003)
The Claremont Institute: The Fall of an Academic Fraud
- Now-former Emory University professor and author manipulated and/or falsified information in order to back assertions made in the book, "Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture." (December 01, 2002)
EducationGuardian.co.uk - The exam system that puts temptation in teachers' way
- The UK system of national testing for 11-year-olds puts too much trust in individual teachers to police themselves. (October 28, 2002)
EducationGuardian.co.uk - Widespread cheating devalues school tests
- Cheating in national tests for 11-year-olds is so widespread that school league tables can no longer be trusted, a Guardian investigation has found. (October 28, 2002)
L.A. Times - Scandal in Organic Semiconductor Development
- "Prominent Physicist Fired for Faking Data Research: Bell Labs says scientist 'recklessly' misrepresented work on microprocessors." (September 26, 2002)
Lucent - Research Review
- Results of inquiry into the validity of certain physics research papers from Bell Labs. Independent committee finds one researcher committed scientific misconduct and clears the 19 other authors investigated. [PDF] (September 01, 2002)
Wired News: New Toys for Cheating Students
- Wireless devices and palm-sized computers provide many possibilities for cheating in testing situations. (August 18, 2000)
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