Cheating and dishonesty aren

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% Cheating and dishonesty aren't specific to education, but they are particularly  important to address in educational, character-forming settings (and especially in  distance learning programs). % Technology has given cheaters and people with low ethical standards  more options  for dishonesty.  Via the Internet, one can buy term papers, look for old tests and  answers, and even find someone to act as an impersonator throughout an entire  course. % No one feels good about cheating, and most regret having damaged their character  and cheated themselves out of an education. The notoriety of being a dishonest  person doesn't wash away easily, so  don't exchange your values for a grade  in  a class. % Don't believe the spin that cheaters try to sell you—everybody is NOT cheating or  lying. It is always just a few. It shouldn't be you.
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course PHIL 1100 taught by Professor Mills during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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