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Category Archives: cheating
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
A few months ago I said it was “noble” that some were trying to recreate as exactly as possible in-person experiences online. Multiple weeks into the new semester, I no longer think this is noble. And anyone who is doing … Continue reading
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Maybe Next Time He’ll Think Before He Cheats
It’s so bizarre to me that since the forced online learning movement started, so many math faculty—and not just at my institution—have been worried about cheating. Why now?
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The take-home lesson from the Harvard cheating scandal
Last Friday, Reuters reported that more than half of the students involved in last year’s cheating scandal at Harvard have been suspended. This was even labeled “the largest academic scandal to hit the Ivy League school in recent memory”. In … Continue reading
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