What a great Infographic. Why is there a culture of cheating and what can we do to prevent it? Per the depiction, 82% of kids who cheat become adults who cheat. 1 in 3 kids cheat. The statistics are alarming. Digital technology has blurred the lines of cheating; it's so easy to access information and make it your own. Some kids seem to think that if you get it from the Internet, it's not cheating. Cheating seems to be the ordinary thing to do (7458).

Cheating In School: How The Digital Age Affects Cheating And Plagiarism [Infographic]

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.

Academic Dishonesty and the Internet in Higher Education – Educ Education Reform, Past and Present

Harvard Cheating Scandal: Is Academic Dishonesty on the Rise?

Harvard Cheating Scandal: Is Academic Dishonesty on the Rise?

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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 Kids Cheat and How to Stop It

How can parents keep kids from cheating in a society that seems to stress winning at any cost?

This is an extremely useful, very simple poster defining situations of Academic Dishonesty. I think that if more posters like this were posted in academic institutions students would pay more attention to the issues!

This is an extremely useful, very simple poster defining situations of Academic Dishonesty. I think that if more posters like this were posted in academic institutions students would pay more attention to the issues!

This article shows many different strategies to avoid academic dishonesty and also shows the Respondus LockDown Browser which we have used for quizes this semester.

This article shows many different strategies to avoid academic dishonesty and also shows the Respondus LockDown Browser which we have used for quizes this semester.

Plagiarismadvise.org is a great site that has a lot of resources for students, parents, and educators!

Plagiarismadvise.org is a great site that has a lot of resources for students, parents, and educators!

This visual shows the need for students to do their own work. These days it is so easy to find everything online. The representation of writing it out on a chalkboard also goes back to the manual labor part of homework. (6840)

This visual shows the need for students to do their own work. The representation of writing it out on a chalkboard also goes back to the manual labor part of homework.

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!

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!

In Defense of Academic Dishonesty    "Cheating is a challenge to pedagogical authority, a rejection of Miss Arnold’s demand that Danny “take her word for it.”  Far from stealing, plagiarism in the context of schoolwork is about the reclamation by students of their own work-time. And more power to them."

Louise Woods

In Defense of Academic Dishonesty "Cheating is a challenge to pedagogical authority, a rejection of Miss Arnold’s demand that Danny “take her word for it.” Far from stealing, plagiarism in the context of schoolwork is about the reclamation by students of their own work-time. And more power to them."

This website is a form by the York College explaining some consequences of academic dishonesty within their college.  Suspension and dismal are just a few common consequences.  (0112)

This website is a form by the York College explaining some consequences of academic dishonesty within their college. Suspension and dismal are just a few common consequences.

How to Curb Academic Dishonesty | Edutopia

How to Curb Academic Dishonesty

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Collegiate Academic Dishonesty Revisited:What Have They Done, How Often Have They Done It, Who Does It, And Why Did They Do It?

Collegiate Academic Dishonesty Revisited:What Have They Done, How Often Have They Done It, Who Does It, And Why Did They Do It?

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