academic dishonesty


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academic dishonesty

Intentional participation in deceptive practices in one’s academic work or the work of others. Examples include cheating, fraud, plagiarism, or falsification of research results.
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Honorlock offers award-winning, cloud-based solutions to curb academic dishonesty while remaining non-invasive.
Dr Zeenath Khan, a lecturer at the University of Wollongong in Dubai (UOWD), who has researched the subject of 'e-cheating' in the UAE in depth, explained the reasons pushing academic dishonesty.
However, nurse educators would find no consolation in this generalization about academic dishonesty, because the workplace of the nurse is the clinical setting.
This has led to identity fraud allowing academic dishonesty and multi-billion dollar financial aid fraud.
The future of five Notre Dame players barred from practices and games because of possible academic dishonesty could be determined by the end of next week.
Needless to say, academic dishonesty does not only affect the present but also has negative consequences on our students' future.
Two reasons given by students for academic dishonesty were first, a lack of knowledge regarding the behavior (Tippitt et al.
Pino and Smith reported that students who possessed a strong academic ethic were less likely to engage in acts of academic dishonesty and more likely to be engaged at high levels in "educationally purposeful activities" (Hu and Kuh 569).
Among recent ones: an unsuccessful racial discrimination and retaliation suit against Molloy College in New York by a Black masters student who failed a course after being accused of academic dishonesty, and a sex discrimination and hostile environment suit by a woman dismissed from a Penn State University doctoral program.
Five articles are included in this issue, addressing consumer green tendencies, post-merger human resource practices and their influence on employee perceptions, the impact of Russia's institutional environment on innovation, first-year business students' attitudes toward business, and dealing with future business leaders' academic dishonesty.
Reinhart and Rogoff, shocked by this charge - tantamount to an accusation of academic dishonesty - released a careful rebuttal, including online evidence that they had not been reticent about sharing their data.
LAU's code of conduct also punishes plagiarism and "other types of academic dishonesty.
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