Instructors Believe Students More Likely to Cheat When Class Is Online
One outcome for the shift to online classes, according to the college and university instructors now teaching them, is that students will be more likely to cheat. In a recent survey, 93 percent of educators said they expected online learning to be more conducive to academic dishonesty.
The survey was conducted by education publisher Wiley, in May 2020, among 789 instructors in higher education. More than half — 54 percent — had never taught online prior to the emergency move to remote education.
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