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Do you believe academic integrity has changed with the advent of the Internet?

  • Honest to a point

    Students this day in our society consider the Internet another form of information like a text book or a class lecture. The problem is that many teachers consider it a form of cheating. You just have to find a certain common ground between the two. Another problem is the fact that a student can look up the answer of a question on the Internet faster than most teachers can even look around the room to see if anyone has their phones out.

  • It is probably easier to cheat

    People will always look for a way to beat the system. The integrity of people probably has not changed that much since the beginning of time. It is just people will do whatever they want, as long as they think they can get away with it. While the Internet might have helped some people to cheat the system on a academic level, the Internet could also be used to catch the cheats.

  • Yes, academic integrity has changed with the advent of the Internet.

    I definitely believe that the internet has changed with the advent of the Internet. I think that more and more people who use the Internet are willing to use it a source to make their assignments for example a lot easier. I do not think there is much of a stigma anymore when it comes to cheating on an assignment

  • Yes, academic integrity has changed with the advent of the Internet.

    Academic integrity has changed with the advent of the Internet. The Internet has made it easier than ever for students to find information written by other people in almost any subject. This makes it easy and tempting for students to plagiarize the works of others and use it for their own academic means.

  • Yes, internet has made plagarism a main concern in schooling.

    Yes, with technology being in the hands of everyone these days, knowledge is only a click away. Academics has turned into a contest of who has the best ability to find something on the Internet and change it so a degree that it will not be caught by some sort of plagiarism program.

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