Can cheating among students be reduced if students are given the right motivation not to? When students cheat it’s considered the student’s fault. People rarely trace cheating back to teacher failure or inadequacy of approach. James M. Lang, Associate Professor of English at Assumption College, in his book, Cheating Lessons: Learning From Academic Dishonesty, asserts

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Kapiolani Community College has made significant changes to its testing policies for their Radiologic Technology Program because of a student grievance that uncovered highly technical cheating. A photographed image of a test was circulated via email to students enrolled in the program recently. The report did not indicate how or when the photo was taken. One

Please join us in attendance at the 2014 International Center for Academic Integrity’s (ICAI) Annual Conference in Jacksonville, Florida from February 28th, 2014 to March 2nd, 2014. The ICAI conference brings together academic professionals from around the world to identify innovative ways to hinder cheating and academic dishonesty in higher education. This year’s conference features

There’s an ongoing debate on whether employment test are more accurate than actually having a prospective employee seen in action. Can a phone interview, an online proctored test or even a face-to-face interview provide an accurate picture of the attitude, capacities and personality of a candidate? Is a company really concerned about how proactive or

As 2013 comes to a close, we thought we would take some time to review some of the top cheating scandals that we blogged about over the year. While it may seem redundant, we think it’s important to take a look and see how students, teachers, and administrators find ways to cheat the system. If