Academic Dishonesty and the Internet in Higher Education. This article discusses the rise in cheating because of the internet. The internet has made it very easy for students to access all sorts of information and many students do not understand how to cite these information sources in their work.
Sheron Watkins, the woman who brought to light accounting irregularities at Enron Corporation, which led to the company’s bankruptcy and ultimate demise, will share her story and advice. A great example of Ethical Courage!
This article discusses the factors that can contribute to academic dishonesty. It discusses what can lead to cheating and why certain individuals choose to d so. The article also provides information on how to help fight against academic dishonesty. I believe this article is relevant because understanding the reasoning and stress behind academic dishonesty is one of the first steps in advocating against it. (0351)
Why Cite? (3:10 min) - Talks about types and sequence of information in citations. We use APA format. We subscribe to NoodleTools. See Databases on Library Home Page. #Education, Research, Library, Integrated Project, Citations, Plagiarism, Cheating, Academic Dishonesty, NoodleTools