Suspicions of Cheating in an Online Class

Julia Davis (SUNY Plattsburgh, USA)
Copyright: © 2011 |Pages: 37
EISBN13: 9781466603639|DOI: 10.4018/JCIT.2011100104
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Abstract

Dr. John Dobson is an Assistant Professor of Education Leadership at Northern New England State University (NNESU) who teaches traditional classes and online classes for his department. As the level of state financial support has decreased, online classes have become increasingly important to NNESU. They are one of the few growing revenue streams at the institution. While teaching a summer online course, Dr. Dobson comes to believe that one of his students is cheating. In this case, Dr. Dobson attempts to navigate the process of proving that the student is cheating, holding the student accountable for his/her actions, and garnering the institutional support necessary to hold the student accountable.
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