External link to The Problem of Academic Dishonesty
External link to What is Academic Dishonesty?
Academic dishonesty has become a serious problem in university. Basically, there are three types of academic dishonesty which is cheating, plagiarism and collusion (Moon, 2006). Cheating in the academic can be defined as steal of ideas or copy righted materials (Mares, 2005; Dobrovska and Prokorny, 2007). While plagiarism means that “passing off someone else’s work whether intentionally or unintentionally for their own benefit” (Carroll, 2002). […]
External link to Academic Dishonesty
In most of the learning institutions around the world, academic dishonesty is quite common among students from different faculties. The development of the internet, as well as widespread use of phones, has facilitated the learners’ access and transmission of information in a dishonest manner. Academic fraud refers to the activities the students engage in that are totally not aligned with the institution’s norms and traditions. […]
Academic dishonesty in whatever form is a direct attack upon a prestigious educational institution particularly the faculty concerned. It humiliates the integrity of the University and further, it dehumanizes the personality of the teaching personnel by insulting and injuring his individuality. According to Miami Dade College Manual of Procedures, cheating during examinations, collaboration and misrepresentation of work, plagiarism as well as stealing examinations or course […]