Safeguarding against Online Cheating
Roach, Ronald, Black Issues in Higher Education
Like many of his peers at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC), Melvin A. Greene had anticipated that teaching online courses would be expected of him at the Adelphi, Md., campus that specializes in adult and online education. The prospect that students might resort to cheating or plagiarism didn't worry Greene too much because he focused more on getting his teaching techniques to fit the online format.
"I was feeling my way through the course," Greene says of the first online teaching experience he had this past spring.
Greene did happen to notice on a question-and-answer exercise he had students to complete that some of the answers of a few students appeared to …
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Publication information: Article title: Safeguarding against Online Cheating. Contributors: Roach, Ronald - Author. Magazine title: Black Issues in Higher Education. Volume: 18. Issue: 8 Publication date: June 7, 2001. Page number: 92. © 1999 Cox, Matthews & Associates. COPYRIGHT 2001 Gale Group.
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