This article discusses how the university should address the code of honor within their students. Emphasizing the importance of where it should reported so that students read it and are aware of the consequences. (3601)
This article discusses five ways that you can help students develop integrity. I think this is a great read for not only teachers but professionals trying to develop the integrity of their employees. (2851)
The author of this article discusses his experiences as a college student at Princeton and recollects his experiences of academic integrity and abiding by the school's honor code and relates his experiences to today's students through the use of surveys (7878).
To Stop Exam Cheats, Economists Say, Try Assigning Seats
This article discusses how random assigned seating can help eliminate cheating in college classrooms. It discusses an experiment given to a random class and the outcome of that experiment thus resulting in how easy it is for students to cheat on important exams (7878).
Cheating In College: Where It Happens, Why Students Do It and How to Stop It
Academic integrity: is it a crime or just morally wrong? In this article, the author gives a detailed synopsis over preventive measures on plagiarism and whether or not the different consequences of committing this offense is beneficial in maintaining academic integrity (7878).
““I don’t think there’s any question that students have become more competitive, under more pressure, and, as a result, tend to excuse more from themselves and other students, and that’s abetted by the adults around them..." This article from 2012, written in the New York Times, talks about a less discussed side of cheating; high achieving students.
This is an article from Education Week Magazine. It discusses how high achievers are just as likely to cheat as the majority of students. The questions needs to be posed...what has caused students to cheat and how can professors/teachers prevent it? (1232)