Course Design, Monitoring Help Ensure Academic Honesty
In one of the first online courses taught by Barbara Christe, assistant professor of electrical engineering technology at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, it was obvious that two students completed an online exam together. They submitted questions in the same order and changed their answers within seconds of each other. When confronted, these students admitted to using cell phones to collaborate on the exam, but they said they were unaware this was wrong because working together was not expressly forbidden.
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