Digital Dishonesty: Trends and Tools to Address Them
Presented by Wesley Fryer
This session was presented at TCEA 2005 in Austin, Texas.
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CONCURRENT SESSION INFORMATION
SESSION ID#: 5642
SESSION TITLE: Digital Dishonesty: Trends and Tools to Address Them
START TIME: 10:30:00 AM
END TIME: 11:15:00 AM
ROOM: Room 6A
STRAND: Library and Media,Internet and Multimedia Production
SESSION TYPE: Presentation - 45 Minute
SCHOOL LEVEL: All Level
SKILL LEVEL: All
ROOM SET UP: Theater Style (chairs only)
The ease and prevalance of plagiarism in our digital era should be a wakeup call to teachers at all levels that a "non-traditional" teaching and learning environment is a requirement rather than an option. This session provides an overview of digital dishonesty trends, and suggests multiple strategies for teachers to employ in addressing them. Central to these ideas is valuing and assessing the process as well as the final product of classwork and homework. Awareness and training in digital ethics cannot wait for high school: the need to address these issues repeatedly throughout a student's educational career is dramatic.
- My article: "Strategies to Address Digital Plagiarism"
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