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Electronic cheating

Technology offers new ways for students to break the rules

June 7, 2009
By SARAH SEPANEK Tribune Chronicle

Laptops, iPods and cell phones - oh my. The ways that a student can smuggle test answers into a classroom, scour the Internet for pre-written papers, or manipulate their grades via technology seem almost endless. Accordingly, professors now have to be extra-aware of what their students are doing and how they are doing it.



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