A Review of Cheating in Fully Asynchronous Online Courses: A Math or Fact-Based Course Perspective

@article{Trenholm2007ARO,
  title={A Review of Cheating in Fully Asynchronous Online Courses: A Math or Fact-Based Course Perspective},
  author={S. Trenholm},
  journal={Journal of Educational Technology Systems},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={281 - 300}
}
  • S. Trenholm
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Educational Technology Systems
Un-proctored fully asynchronous1 online courses now appear to be a reality in all discipline areas. With full degree programs being offered online, it has become a badge of honor, to some colleges, to graduate students that have never stepped foot on the physical college campus nor have never before met any college representative, faculty, or staff. To many involved in managing, teaching, and implementing these online courses, the idea of academic integrity related to courses taught in a fully… Expand
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