Academic Honesty - Running head: ACADEMIC HONESTY 1...

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Running head: ACADEMIC HONESTY 1 Academic Honesty Colleen Flannery Gen 105 August 22, 2010 Suchitra Abel
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ACADEMIC HONESTY 2 Academic Honesty Online academic honesty is perceived to be easier for students to accomplish due to the lack of face-to-face contact with a teacher or other students. Academic honesty is lumped into two groups being planned and panic cheating. Since panic cheating is linked to not meaning to cheat but as an example looking at another students paper on a test (Bunn, Caudill, & Cropper. 1992). Were planned cheating is intentional due to it takes the form of coping someone else’s work or make notes to take for a test. With planned cheating being assumed to be more prevailing in the online environment several studies have been conducted to evaluate if this is actually true. To combat planned cheating in online assignments we have several tools that are available to students and instructors to use. By using the plagiarism checker prior to turning in an assignment we can verify that we have not copied a paper to use as our own. We can
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