for faculty

NEW! “Does teaching to the test actually encourage cheating [among teachers and administrators]?” 


Many criticized this professor for his reaction.  What do YOU think?


“Academic Dishonesty and the Community College” by R. Dean Gerdeman (ERIC Clearinghouse for Community Colleges Los Angeles, CA)

“Academic Dishonesty: Are Business Students Different from Other College Students?” by Rajesh Iyer and Jacqueline K. Eastman (Voldosta State University)

“Academic Misconduct by University Students: Faculty Perceptions and Responses” by Sandra Nadelson (

“Actions Instructors can Take to Help Prevent Cheating in Exams” by Columbia College

“A Different Perspective on Plagiarism” by Dahlia Syahrani Md. Yusof

“Cheating in Academic Institutions: A Decade of Research” by Donald McCabe, Linda Trevino, and Kenneth Butterfield (Rutgers University)

“Cheating Themselves” by Miriam Schulman (Santa Clara University, Markkula Center for Applied Ethics)

“College Cheating is Bad for Business” (W.P. Carey School of Business, Arizona State University)

“Curbing Academic Dishonesty in Online Courses” by Anita M. Krsak (Lakeland Community College)

“Dan Ariely on Our Buggy Moral Code” on factors that influence cheating behavior (TED Talks)

“Designing Online Courses to Discourage Dishonesty” by Barbara Christe (

“Five Ways to Tackle Cheating in College” by Mary Bart (, Magna Publishing)

“High Tech Cheating Abounds and Professor Bear Some Blame” by Jeffrey R. Young (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

“How College Students Cheat On In-Class Examinations: Creativity, Strain, and Techniques of Motivation” by Philip Shon (

“How to Fight College Cheating” by Lawrence M. Hinman (Washington Post)

“The Death of Honesty” by William Damon (The Hoover Institute on War, Revolution, and Peace)


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