Presentation on theme: "NCTA Conference Session 5 Watch for Sharks Lurking under the Waves Presented by: Wendy L. Patterson Shirey, Bellevue University and Cheryl Downey-Eber,"— Presentation transcript:
NCTA Conference Session 5 Watch for Sharks Lurking under the Waves Presented by: Wendy L. Patterson Shirey, Bellevue University and Cheryl Downey-Eber, Missouri University of Science & Technology
In Higher Education Cheating is more widespread Less social disapproval Increased competition No student wants to be left behind
Creative Cheating Spies Like Us Creative Cheating Skills 9-7AeFD5w
Cheating is Required? According Donald McCabe, Professor and Associate Provost, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and Founder of The Center for Academic Integrity, "Students feel justified in what they are doing. They are cheating because they see others cheating and they think they are being unfairly disadvantaged. The only way many of them feel they can stay in the game, to get into the right school, is to cheat as well."
Professor McCabe's Research Revealed the following indicators: Campus norm No honor code Penalties not severe Faculty support of academic integrity policies is low Little chance of being caught Higher incidence at larger, less selective institutions
The Role of Technology in Academic Dishonesty Internet Usage YouTube Examples Electronic Devices
New Technology Spy Kit for Students This device costs $200 IGIS Professional Electronic Devices
Cheating Techniques Top Ten Ways to Cheat lated Coke bottle cheating method Pen with crib note cheating method Water bottle cheating method
Media Resources 50 Ways Technology Can Help You Cheat In School By Complex Magazine | Sep 6, 2011Complex Magazine technology-can-help-you-cheat-in-school technology-can-help-you-cheat-in-school
In the Test Center Prevention Test Center Policies Test Proctors
Open Discussion Share your tall tales about the big fish that got away; The colorful cheating attempts foiled in your Test Center.