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Dual Enrollment Faculty Resources
This guide provides information to dual enrollment faculty.
Contact TTC's Center for Teaching Excellence for faculty support in the design, development, and implementation of all distance learning and traditional face-to-face courses. CTE also provides a variety of professional development opportunities for faculty.
CTEtraining@tridenttech.edu or call (843) 574-6160
This study presents the findings of a survey of 1,140 students from 4-year colleges in the United States about their views on the pervasiveness of plagiarism, the training that they have received to identify and refrain from it, and even if they have been accused of it. The study also presents student views on their own use, and instructor use, of plagiarism detection software and other applications, and views of the fairness and desired use levels of such programs.
Teaching Plagiarism Prevention to College Students: An Ethics-Based Approach provides an innovative approach to plagiarism instruction by grounding it in ethics theory. By providing an ethics foundation to plagiarism instruction, this book helps the plagiarism instructor to address both unintentional and intentional plagiarism behaviors among students.
Plagiarism is a serious problem in higher education, and one that the majority of university teachers have encountered. This book provides the skills and resources that university teachers and learning and development support staff need in order to tackle it.
Epidemic is an apt adjective for describing the problem of academic dishonesty. When asked if they have cheated in the past year, a "disproportionately large number" (i.e., the majority) of secondary and tertiary students in the United States (and in every other country in which it's been studied) report having done so.
Many researchers have dwelled on the phenomenon of academic dishonesty (AD) or unethical behaviors within the academic environment. While this phenomenon can be explained by various factors, the current study investigates and presents a new structural model for determinants of AD. The predictors of AD that were found in the context of traditional and distance-learning courses in higher education are types of motivation, students' attitudes, personality traits, and cultural backgrounds (presented by country according to Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory).