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How Two U.S. Universities are Preventing and Combating Academic Integrity Breaches in Higher Education
Quick take: With proper tools and data analysis, Rutgers University and California State University are fighting academic violations such as plagiarism.
Why Do Students Plagiarize? A Cultural Perspective
Interview With Dr. Tracey Bretag: “A Culture of Academic Integrity Requires Commitment at Every Level of the Academic Enterprise”
Quick take: New technologies have brought many challenges for academic integrity. One of them is contract cheating. There is no quick fix to this issue, but it is important to establish supportive mechanisms for academic integrity policies.
Having Grown up With Deaf Parents, Scott Ready Now Dedicates His Career to Accessibility
“I attribute my love for accessibility to my parents. My parents were both deaf and they were both educators. They both taught in middle and high school at the Missouri School for the Deaf. Interestingly enough, they also impacted other…
The educational process as a blind person
Lucy Greco: “I am blind and visually impaired, I have been since birth. And very early on, I discovered how much more I could do using assistive technologies. When I was in grade school, I was given access to a…
Universidad Mayor de Chile: Adopting E-Learning Technology Step by Step
Santiago de Chile, Chile For universities worldwide, the quality of education offered to their students is a main priority. This is why, with each new technology that becomes available to simplify learning processes, great opportunities for improvement open up for institutions. Adopting technology effectively often means casting aside traditional, analogue teaching methods, and gradually implementing new tools…
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