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Running head: ACADEMIC HONESTY 1 Academic Honesty
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ACADEMIC HONESTY 2 Academic Honesty I began by using the search terms, “Academic Honesty AND Online,” I found a journal entry that was peer reviewed on the Gale Power Search Database. The name of the Journal is College Student Journal , and the name of the article is “Academic Honesty and Online Courses.” It is written by Therese C. Grijalva, Clifford Nowell, and Joe Kerkvliet, and published March 2006. I continued on to my second search using a different database, EBSCOhost. I used the Boolean strategy and searched for peer reviewed articles. I used the search term “academic honesty.” The article that I found was very interesting, it is called “Academic Dishonesty: A Crisis on Campus.” It is written by Jacqueline A Burke, Ralph S. Polimeni, and Nathan S. Slavin, and published May 2007. Both articles are very important in recognizing academic honesty, or dishonesty. One major issue that is related to online academic honesty is cheating. In the article
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course GEN 105 GEN 105 taught by Professor Jamessmalls during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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