Cheating Academic Integrity

Lessons from 30 Years of Research

Cheating Academic Integrity
David Rettinger
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h226 x 152mm - 256pg
7 Jun 2022 US
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9781119868170
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Practical and insightful solutions to the growing problem of academic dishonesty In Cheating Academic Integrity: Lessons from 30 Years of Research, a team of renowned academic integrity experts delivers revealing and practicing insights into the causes of-and solutions to-academic cheating by students. This edited volume combines leading research from an interdisciplinary group of scholars, offering readers an overview of the most important topics and trends in academic integrity research. The book focuses on teaching, classrooms, and faculty behavior and offers a glimpse into the future of this rapidly developing field. Readers will also find: Discussions of the newest forms of cheating, including online "contract cheating" and "paper mills" and the methods used to combat them Explorations of the prevalence of cheating and plagiarism between 1990 and 2020 Psychological perspectives on the student motivations underlying academic integrity violations Teaching and learning approaches to reduce academic misconduct in both online and in-person courses A must-read resource for administrators, leaders, and policymakers involved with higher education, Cheating Academic Integrity also belongs on the bookshelves of school administrators-in-training and others preparing for a career in education.
DAVID A. RETTINGER, PhD, is Professor of Psychological Science and Director of Academic Integrity Programs at the University of Mary Washington. He currently leads the International Center for Academic Integrity' s research efforts and served as its President from 2018-20. TRICIA BERTRAM GALLANT, PhD, is the author of Academic Integrity in the Twenty-First Century and an internationally recognized expert on integrity and ethics in education. She is the director of academic integrity at UC San Diego and has consulted on academic integrity at institutions around the world.

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