For the articles that I researched, I used the keyword search of academic honesty online and academic honesty. The first article that I chose to read is Academic Honesty and Online Courses, authored by Therese C. Grijalva, Clifford Nowell, and Joe Kerkvliet. The article was published in March of 2006, and was peer reviewed. I used the ProQuest database to find this article. The second article that I read is Perceptions of Academic Honesty in Online vs. Face-to-Face Classrooms, authored by Michael Spaudling in the winter of 2009. This article was peer reviewed and was found using EBSCOhost database. Academic honesty in the online classroom is vital since it is virtually impossible for an instructor to be sure that you are turning in your own work. There is little interaction between the instructor and the student, so the ability to learn about the student and their abilities is usually learned via discussion groups. There are sites that a paper can be entered to see if it had been plagiarized, but there is not any way to
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ETH 125 205 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.