Often seen as an undergraduate problem, academic dishonesty cases are arising at professional schools.
Blackboard incorporates a plagiarism detection service into its software, posing potential challenge to Turnitin.
Study makes the case that administering exams electronically can reduce cheating and save faculty time.
Southern Illinois U. leader raises eyebrows with announcement that a department at his university will review charges that he plagiarized his dissertation.
Potential case of student cheating at Penn's business school raises questions about the prevalence of information sharing on assignments.
Flurry of cheating cases renews questions about degree of pressure placed on academic support programs since NCAA instituted new rules for sports eligibility.
Faculty panel finds that Glenn Poshard’s citation "errors" in doctoral dissertation probably resulted from “carelessness" but not intentional wrongdoing.
“Redshirts,” written by a Middlebury lecturer and playwright, tackles the rocky relationship between academics and athletics at a fictional Division I university.
A proposal at the University of Maryland to detect possible plagiarism with software pits overworked graduate students against students and professors.
Report on history journals finds that they confront complaints on an ad hoc basis -- without the benefit of standard procedures.
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