Academic Dishonesty: What It Is, What Our Students Think, and What We Can Do About It
Wren Mills, Instructional Coordinator,FaCET
Michael P. Crowe, Jr., Director, Office of Judicial Affairs
In this online seminar, we will explore results from a 2010 study and information from the WKU Office of Judicial Affairs that reveal:
- how WKU students define cheating;
- how WKU students compare to national trends in cheating;
- what WKU students have to say about why they do and do not cheat and how to stop it;
- what we can do to increase academic honesty; and
- what to do if dishonest activities happen in one of your classes
If you would like background information on cheating and academic dishonesty, please visit our references page.
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