Academic Honesty At College

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Academic Honesty  At College 1. What keyword search did you use to find the article? Academic Honesty  What is the title of the article? College Student Journal Who is the author(s)? Therese C. Grijalva,   Clifford Nowell     Joe Kerkvliet.       When was the article published? March, 1, 2006  Was the article peer-reviewed? Yes  In what database did you find the article? EBSCOhost This article is about academic dishonesty is an issue of concern for teachers, students, and  institutions of higher education. Because students and faculty do not interact directly in web- based classes, it is often perceived that cheating will be more abundant in these classes. Using  data from a survey administered to students who had an online course during the 2001 fall  semester, we find evidence that academic dishonesty in online classes is no more pervasive than  in traditional classrooms. 2.
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