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More on Academic Honesty…

I have posted on the topic of academic honesty previously here. I know that some of my colleagues have solved this problem or have at least been addressing this since the mid-90s, so it would seem unusual to get a posting … Continue reading

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Promoting Academic Honesty Online

#143071328 / gettyimages.com Every semester we deal with questions like “how do you know the person enrolled in the course is the one taking the test?” The instructional designers in Humboldt State University’s College of eLearning & Extended Education often assist faculty  in … Continue reading

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Promoting Academic Integrity Online

It happens online and off! (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The instructional designers in the College of eLearning & Extended Education can assist you in developing a wide variety of assessment methods that can minimize cheating, promote academic integrity, and increase the … Continue reading

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Plagiarism, TurnItIn, and Instructional Design

Here at College of the Redwoods, we use TurnItIn. TurnItIn is plagiarism detection software. We have it integrated with our learning management system’s assignment tool so all papers that get uploaded to the assignment, get checked by TurnItIn. TurnItIn will … Continue reading

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20 Things to Do Before Accusing a Student of Plagiarism

This is not a traditional blog posting for this site. What happened is that I ran into writer and KPU Applied Communications instructor Arley McNeney on Twitter who posted a rapid -fire dozen tweets on addressing plagiarism, TurnItIn, and sound … Continue reading

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