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1 Technology-Enabled Cheating: Responses and Considerations Janine Lim, PhD Skype: outonalim Twitter: outonalim Design by Unlabeled photos are from Microsoft’s image library


3 Our Goal It is the work of true education to develop this power, to train the youth to be thinkers, and not mere reflectors (copy & pasters) of other men's thoughts. White, Education 17 Photo By Tela Chhe

4 “True education means more than the pursual of a certain course of study. It means more than a preparation for the life that now is. It has to do with the whole being, and the whole period of existence possible to man. It is the harmonious development of the physical, mental, and spiritual powers. It prepares the student for the joy of service in this world and the higher joy of wider service in the world to come. In the highest sense the work of education and the work of redemption are one.” Ellen G. White, Education, p. 31

5 Cheating no longer carries the stigma that it used to. Less social disapproval coupled with increased competition for admission into universities and graduate schools has made students more willing to do whatever it takes to get the A. Grades (or a diploma), rather than education, have become the major focus of many students. The Challenge


7 The Challenge Photo by spackletoe

8 Some Current Cheating Methods

9 Your Turn

10 Custom Essays Copy & Paste

11 Google Docs and Online Test Banks

12 Photo by The Youth Culture Report


14 Students using clickers for their friends Photo by Waifer X

15 Click Through “Learning”


17 Photo by American Love Affair Photo by Photo from

18 Technological Prevention and Detection Measures

19 Your Turn

20 Anti-plagiarism Tools

21 Photo from Cell Phone Jammers x


23 Instructional and Assessment Design Prevention Measures

24 Your Turn

25 Write an essay about frogs. Write an essay on the causes of polar ice melting. Compare and contracts the environmental adaptations of frogs and another animal of your choice. Write a speech as a senator from your state, explaining the polar ice melting and what should be done about it. Require Critical Thinking


27 Assess often to check for understanding and reteach as needed

28 Require reflection at the end of each assignment. What did you learn? How could you solve the problem in another way? What do you think of the concept learned?

29 Model ethical conduct (references, image sources, etc) Doug Johnson’s resources Teaching Students Right from Wrong in the Digital Age: A Technology Ethics Primer Beating the No U-Turn Syndrome: A new approach to copyright compliance The Fence or the Ambulance: Are You Punishing or Preventing Plagiarism in Your School? Teach!!!

30 Citing Electronic Resources (resources to teach citing) Methods of attribution in social media keynote-presentation Twitter: retweet Blogs: trackback Creative Commons/Flickr Wiki history Youtube Video responses Teach students how to cite material

31 Grade the process AND the product Annotated Bibliography Multiple Drafts

32 CollaborationCheating

33 Oral reports and random oral quizzes

34 Significant Writing on Tests Prevent Plagiarism with Creative Assignments – Truman State University Designing Plagiarism-Resistant Assignments – Center for Intellectual Property, University of Maryland University College

35 On my honor, as an Eastview High School student, I will neither cheat nor plagiarize on any coursework. rcode/default.aspx Honor code


37 Questions? Janine Lim, PhD Skype: outonalim Twitter: outonalim

38 Couros, A. (2008). Academic integrity and the culture of sharing. International Center for Academic Integrity, Moon, D., and Jenkins, R. (2011). Cheating: A legal primer toolkit for faculty and administrators. Available through Magna Publications. Parcella, K. (2008). Using technology to prevent plagiarism. Strauss, V. (2011). New ways students cheat on tests. sheet/post/new-ways-students-cheat-on-tests/2011/09/28/gIQAPxFL6K_blog.html Yee, V. (2012). Stuyvesant students explain the how and why of cheating. for-cheating.html Young, J. (2012). Online classes see cheating go high-tech. High-Tech/132093/ References

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