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5 Ways to Prevent Cheating Online

Learn about ways to prevent cheating in online courses. Discover technologies available as well as human factors that are best practice strategies to prevent cheating. Presented by Heather Farmakis, PhD and Melissa Kaulbach, EdD.

Ed Tech Du Jour

on 23 October 2013

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Transcript of 5 Ways to Prevent Cheating Online

5 Ways to Prevent Cheating Online
Why are students tempted cheat?
5 Ways to Prevent Cheating in Online Courses
Debunking Myths of Rampant Cheating in Online Courses
Online Cheating - A 2010 study in the Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration found that 32.7% of online students self-reported cheating at least once on a test, compared to 32.1% of those in on-campus classes.


Pressure to succeed
Unclear expectations
Lack of study skills
note taking
poor planning
5 Ways to Prevent Cheating Online
Get to know your students
Educate students about academic honesty
Maintain security
Explore alternative assessments
Control the environment
Tools to Detect & Prevent Online Cheating
Plagiarism Detection Software
Browser Lockdown
Keystroke Pattern Recognition
Melissa Kaulbach, EdD is the Vice President of Academic Services. She is also a faculty member at Sarasota University, where she currently teaches graduate courses in Educational leadership and Montessori Leadership.She enjoys teaching, facilitating faculty workshops and presenting at conferences.
Heather Farmakis, Ph.D. has extensive experience in professional development, distance learning, and online instructional design both in K-12 and higher education. She has presented at national and state conferences on professional development and online learning and recently published her ebook, iLearn: Tips and Tricks for Online Learners for students new to online learning.
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